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    was not going to be commercially available for another ten years - how else

    Hello everybody!

    However, in the second decade of the 1900s, movies were a rarity, and combining the movies with synchronized sound was not going to be commercially available for another ten years.

    Does the bolded fragment mean the same as was not going to be commercially available until after another ten years?

    Thank you.

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    Re: was not going to be commercially available for another ten years - how else

    Yes.

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