Student or Learner
I have the following queries today, Please clear them for me:
1) Could anyone of you please let me know the difference between scenarios when to use 'Until' and when to use 'Till'?
2) How does 'I need your help with your brother' differ from 'I need your help for your brother'?
· Until can be used as preposition as well as conjunction. Examples:
Preposition: Up to, before the time
We worked until noon, and then had lunch.
Conjunction: Up to a time that
You can sleep until/till it gets dark.
Till can be interchanged with ‘until’ as conjunction as shown in the example sentence.. However it has different meaning when used as verb or noun.
Verb: Farmers till the soil in the springtime.
· How does 'I need your help with your brother' differ from 'I need your help for your brother'?
!st: I need your help as well as(or in addition to) your brother’s.
2nd: I need your help for the shake of your brother who is in difficulty.