GRAMMAR: Prepositions of Time
During – Since – For – Until – Ago
During = between two points in time:
I spoke to Tom during the meeting.
Since = from a point in the past to now:
I have worked at MGA since 2016.
For = a duration of time:
We listened to the presentation for 3 hours.
Until (till) = up to this point in time:
Stay here until the boss arrives.
Ago = before now and used with a time amount:
She left the office an hour ago.
EXPRESSIONS – Negotiating
Learn these expressions:
Fingers crossed = hope something will happen.
Cost an arm and a leg = very expensive.
Lips sealed = say nothing.
Gut feeling = decision based on intuition.
Sleep on it = consider something and decide later.
A done deal = agreement can not be changed.
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