from A until B??
I read the following sentence in one article:
From the moemnt a tornado until it reaches the ground, it is usually not much more than a few minutes.
Is the usage of " from... until" correct? We usually use "from ~to"
If yes, how do you explain the usage here, if not, how should I change the sentence?
Re: from A until B??
From..to is more common, but from..until is also used. However, there's something missing from the sentence- From the moment a tornado starts (or something)...