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    Cool Till or Until

    Hello

    I want just to know what's the difference between "Till" and " Until"

    all thanks for you beforehand
    Last edited by Sir Shakespeare; 08-Aug-2009 at 01:51.

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    Re: Till or Until

    There’s no difference between till and until.

    e.g. from Monday till / until Wednesday
    till / until tomorrow

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    Re: Till or Until

    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Shakespeare View Post
    Hello

    I want just to know what's the difference between "Till" and " Until"

    all thanks for you beforehand
    The correct word is 'until' which was often abbreviated to 'til which eventually became till. Both are commonly used.

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    Re: Till or Until

    Ok , Ok

    Thanks a lot both of you

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