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Re: as long as Vs until - which one is better! [#permalink]
06 Mar 2011, 06:58
OA is E
"Until" denotes continuation until a stopping event triggers. ie I kept working until he told me to stop. "As long as" is conditional and can be written to "provided that", "at the condition that" i.e. I will keep working as long as you work with me. Or the sale will continue as long as supplies last. Very subtle difference. So "Until" is not the best choice here because there is no "triggering event" that will stop the sale. Rather, the stop of the sale is conditional, under the condition that as soon as the supplies run out, the sale will stop. ABC are gone for using Until. D is useless So it becomes E _________________
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