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until vs. when #1 (permalink) Sun Jul 06, 2008 13:55 pm   until vs. when
 

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ESL/EFL Test #142 "Time clauses: future tense examples", question 6

She won't speak to her boyfriend ......... he apologizes.

(a) while
(b) as long as
(c) when
(d) until

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #142 "Time clauses: future tense examples", answer 6

She won't speak to her boyfriend until he apologizes.

Correct answer: (d) until
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until vs. when #2 (permalink) Sun Jul 06, 2008 14:19 pm   until vs. when
 

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