I use until or 'til.Till
At first I wanted to simply ask which form ( 'til, til, 'till or till) was correct since I've come across all of them, but then I found this neat explanation in Oxford and now my questions have drifted more towards the actual use: how do YOU, native speakers, use the abbreviations? Are the distinctions in the definition obvious to you? Is any of the options more acceptable than the other? I'm particularly interested in 'till, which seems to be a weird mix of till and until. Does it strike you as odd or has it become as acceptable as till or 'til?
A curious detail - typing in 'til in Longman dictionary lead me straight to till/ til/ until while trying the same with Oxford took me nowhere, it didn't refer me to any entry.
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