Does this question make sense??


Till eternity will past

help Sentence asked Jan 27 '14 at 18:39 Pooja Goswami New member

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It makes no sense at all.  First, it isn't a question. 

'Past' can be a noun, adjective, adverb, or preposition, but not a verb.  'Pass' would be the proper verb form for this use.


However, even with the proper word, eternity will never pass. By definition, eternity goes on forever.  Your statement could be used as a literary device meaning something will go on beyond the end of eternity, but since eternity doesn't end, neither will the something.


'Till' is a noun or verb. 'Til is an abbreviation for 'until', and is used in dialog or poetry.


If all of the words are corrected, the sentence will still be awkward and not make sense.

'Til eternity will pass.


Without the context of this, it is hard to offer an alternative.

link comment answered Jan 28 '14 at 13:39 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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