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April 1, 2015
"Until." In early 2013 I learned the correct usage of the word "until." When you say "I won't be back until Tuesday," it means you will be back on Tuesday. See, I used to think "until" meant "up to that moment." Like, she is on vacation until June, it means she's resuming work in June, and not vacationing still when June comes around. I learned this from my former boss. I was 31 then. I was so amazed to be learning something new at that age. Now I'm that girl who can't help but clarify when people use the word.