Prepositions To, Till, Until (Intermediate)


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DIRECTIONS: Choose the correct preposition — to or till/until.

Example: We waited for Jerry _____ 7 o'clock, but he never showed up. 

Answer: We waited for Jerry till/until 7 o'clock, but he never showed up.

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