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Old 12-09-2012, 05:19 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by Suzanna View Post
LOL, Frahse.

I'll concede, Vincent, that some say "till" is correct. It really bugs me, though, so I'll stick to 'til.
According to dictionary.com:

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Usage note:
Till and until are both old in the language and are interchangeable as both prepositions and conjunctions: It rained till (or until) nearly midnight. The savannah remained brown and lifeless until (or till) the rains began. Till is not a shortened form of until and is not spelled 'till.
(Emphasis mine)

So it's rather more than "some say" . Look up "till" in your own dictionary and see what it says.
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