Q: untill I can to pass design,s course and flowers
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Q: till? still? untill? とはどういう意味ですか?
A: The problem here is the amount of 'l's.
"Till" is an abbreviation of "Until". Till and Until mean the same thing. But Until only has one 'l'.
"Until" means 'right up to the point of something happening or ending.'

"She works until 7:30. Then she goes home."
"She works till 7:30. Then she goes home."
The correct way to abbreviate "Until" is actually 'til and not till. But people do it both ways.

"Still" can mean 'at this time'. And it also means that there has been no change.
"It's been an hour and we are still stuck in traffic."

"That is what I thought before you told me and this is still what I think now that you have told me."
Q: untill とはどういう意味ですか?
A: until means tak.
hindi me kehte hain tak
EX:i will reach there until tomorrow
me cal tak waha panhunch jaoonga


Q: untill then を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: 1. Our school won’t be open until May due to Coronavirus. Until then, we are taking online classes.
2. Justin won’t see Lucas until next fall. Until then, they will communicate online.

Lexi: Will you be available before you leave on Saturday?
Margo: Yes, I’ll be available until then.
Q: untill and unless を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: @dkkumar143 .. unless : Except for a specified condition.
Example : Can you turn the radio off unless you are listening to it. ( except if)

until : to the time of (something happening); Before (a time).
Example: I listen to music until I fall asleep. (till the time)
Q: by, untill を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "We will be open until 7 o'clock"

"I will wait until you come"

"I studied until I got 100%"

We stayed up all night until my mother cut off the internet"

"I'll wait for you by the front doors"

"We worked really hard and by noon we were all sleeping"

"This poem was written by Shake Speer"

"By the end of the movie we were all in tears"

Sorry if I wrote too many but I hope it helps🤗

Q: unless , untill & unlike を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I'm going to stay until midnight, unless the last train leaves before then - unlike Jeremy, who's coming back at 10:00pm. Note that until has one "l".
Q: It was not untill --- that~ を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: It was not until she was finished with her test that she could leave the class.

It wasn't until 5:00 that his father came home from work.

It was not until dinner time that she felt hungry.

It was not until summer that he went swimming.


Q: What have you been doing untill now? と What were you doing untill now? はどう違いますか?
A: Same meaning.
Q: untill と till はどう違いますか?
A: They mean the same but "till" is used because it's only one syllable so it's faster to say. "Until" is also the proper way to say whereas "till" is more of an informal word. The exception is if the sentence starts with "Until" then it can't be "Till" or it sounds weird.
For example:
"We have to wait 15 minutes until/till we can leave".
"Until you do this, you can't play video games." If you said "Till you do this" it certainly would be understood but is not something I would say.
Q: till と untill はどう違いますか?
A: They mean exactly the same, but till is used more often in informal speech. And the correct spellings are till and until (one l).
Q: untill now と as of yet はどう違いますか?
A: @tjstkdn:
Until now:
Ex. Until now there has been no change.
- before there was no change but now there is

As of yet:
Ex. As of yet there has been no change.
- right now/so far there isn't any change
Q: till と untill はどう違いますか?
A: @ahmadm: 'Can be' means you can BECOME a noun/verb/adjective, while 'can' means you HAVE THE ABILITY TO DO something.

You can be prettier if you put on makeup.
You can be a good student if you study hard.
You can be funnier if you come up with original jokes.

You can go to the party on Friday.
You can drink this soda.
You can laugh if you want.


Q: Could you tell me which one is correct?
1. We need to wait untill the water starts to be boiled.
2. We need to wait untill the water starts to boil.
3. We need to wait untill the water boils. は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: 2 and 3 are both correct, but they have different meanings. Also, one small mistake: it should be spelled like “until”
Q: please tell me how to use till and untill How are different about two words? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
Q: i will not get calm untill i top in exams? does it seems to be natural ? は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: You can say 'I will not be calm, until i top in exams'
Q: how should I use unless and untill ? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Unless -> I won't go unless he does.

Until -> I won't go until he does.

Their meanings are similar in this instance, but with "until," the nuance is that the the conditions might be fulfilled naturally, if given time at least.


Q: I usually work untill 8 pm and get home at 9 pm. After I get home from work, I usually study English for two or three hours. After that, I go to sleep. この表現は自然ですか?
A: You can say:

I usually work until 8 pm and get home at 9 pm. After I get home from work, I study English for two to three hours. After that, I go to sleep.
Q: We used to chat untill midnight,
and our laughter flew to the deep blue sky,
woke up the sleeping star.🌟🌟
We used to sing by the street😎
regardless passes–by’s curious eyes.😎
And your eyes,they were clear and lovely,👼
and lived two naughty angels.👼
tonight,your stupid voice
flew from our hometown to my ears.
l know ,nightmare will visit .😈
You are not only my sister,but my gift.
l am grateful for it,
and l will protect it,
A: "Regardless of passer-by's curious eyes" sounds a bit more natural ^^
Also, "a nightmare" or "nightmares" will work
Q: How much have you spent untill now? この表現は自然ですか?
A: Better to say: "How much have you spent so far?"
Q: I'll work untill 5 pm the day

I have work untill 5 pm on that day

Are these expression correct??
A: The first one is incorrect. The second one sounds great!! Good work!
Q: I didn't get to sleep untill after 2 am. この表現は自然ですか?
A: @LoooooN: until only has one L, you could just say "I didn't get to sleep until 2am" Though that means you could have gone to sleep from any point from 2am onwards, but with the use of after it means you only went to sleep at some point noticeably later than 2am.