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    until

    Teacher, can you help me how to use "until" in english? Ex. Would you like me to keep your mail until you came back? OR. Would you like me to keep your mail until you come back? Are both of these sentences grammatically correct and able to use in whatever state of mind I have. Thank you!

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    Re: until

    Ex: Would you like me to keep your mail until you come back/return?

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    Re: until

    Hello teacher, thank you for your correction. Is it "Would you like me to keep your mail until you return"? Thank you!

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    Smile Re: until

    Quote Originally Posted by wills233 View Post
    Hello teacher, thank you for your correction. Is it "Would you like me to keep your mail until you return"? Thank you!
    ♥♦♣♠ NOT A TEACHER ♥♦♣♠
    Whenever you see a slash (/) between the suggested forms, it means that you can choose either form. So, you can say:
    "Would you like me to keep your mail until you come back?"
    or
    "Would you like me to keep your mail until you return?"

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