Interested in Language
I think it's an easy thing but I want to ask to be sure.
I'm in a business and I don't get my money.
Then I say: "I will not continue my work until you give me my money!"
Is it true or do I need to say:
"I will not continue my work until you don't give me my money!"
Ah and by the way:
Until is Simple Present yet, isn't it?
Because in a song a guy sings "Make love until the morning come".
But it should be comes, shouldn't it?
Thank you for your replies