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Please check. "I do not feel good untill I do my exercise or till the time I do exercise or untill I have done exercise", which one is correct.If all are correct, what is the difference in all these?
They are all incorrect as they stand.
Tufguy, please stop chasing answers to your questions with "Please reply", less than 24 hours after you asked the question. Bear in mind, particularly at the moment, that it is the weekend. We have lives, you know!
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
...and there are other members waiting for answers.
OK, sorry but what would be the correct formation.
"Until" with one "l" is more standard.
"I don't feel good until I've done my exercises." (If you feel good after you've done them)
"I don't feel good until I'm doing my exercises" (If you feel good while doing them)