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Beyond vs After
What is the difference between "beyond" and "after" when relating to "time"?
I think the party will go beyond midnight
I think the party will go until after midnight
Which is the right sentence? Why?
Re: Beyond vs After
Neither, in that they should read "I think the party will go on beyond midnight/will go on after midnight".
Originally Posted by belly_ttt
The first is looking at the progression of time, the second is looking at the status of the time.