BEFORE or UNTIL? Does it matter?


Please tell me if it matters whether I use, BEFORE or UNTIL,  in the following sentences:


1. We had to wait for two hours BEFORE/UNTIL we were allowed to enter the hall.


2. You have to wait a long time BEFORE/UNTIL your favorite musician appears on television.


If it does matter, can someone please explain why.  Thank you.

BEFORE and UNTIL asked Jun 13 '12 at 06:47 Ian Marshall New member

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