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    "Until"

    Is the word "until" a cunjunction or a preposition, or can it be considered both?

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    Re: "Until"

    Quote Originally Posted by Ali.h View Post
    Is the word "until" a cunjunction or a preposition, or can it be considered both?
    ***NOT A TEACHER***Ali.h. good afternoon. Yes, you are 100% correct. (1) I can't get a good job until my graduation. (preposition + noun) (2) I can't get a good job until I graduate. (conjunction + adverbial clause). Thank you.

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