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    as long as/until

    What is the difference between "as long as" and "until"?
    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: as long as/until

    as long as- if you're talking about time, then it manes for the same period- I'll stay here as long as you do (= we leave at the same time)
    until- sets a limit- I'll work until 5pm

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