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    till of before?

    Hello!



    Is this sentence correct?


    'I hope it will not be a long time till we see each other again'


    Thanks:)

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    Re: till of before?

    Quote Originally Posted by verite1987 View Post
    Hello!



    Is this sentence correct?


    'I hope it will not be a long time till we see each other again.'
    I would not use 'before' there.

    Thanks:)
    2006

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