ENGLISHMiscellaneous English Grammar

Till/Until & To

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1. TO = We use TO for both time and place; TO can be used of time in ‘FROM — TO’ construction only, otherwise TO is never used of time.

2. TILL/UNTIL = We use TILL/UNTIL for time only, TILL and UNTIL mean same thing.

INCORRECT: She sleeps to 7 o’clock.
CORRECT: She sleeps till/until 7 0’clock.

INCORRECT: I’ll accompany you till the end of the street.
CORRECT: I’ll accompany you to the end of the street.

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