BEFORE and UNTIL. Confusing Vocabulary 4

source: MrSkypelessons    2016年1月25日
In this vocabulary lesson we look at the difference between BEFORE and UNTIL. These two words are very similar in meaning (and sometimes interchangeable) but they are used very differently. They are a common source of confusion for students.
BEFORE (when? FINISHED) I'll finish it before the New Year
UNTIL (how long? CONTINUOUS) I'll wait until he comes back
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source: Daily English Conversation   2016年1月21日

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source: 美国之音中文网    2013年5月24日
1. The name of the game 最重要的方面
2. Give credit where credit is due 论功行赏
3. At one's wit's end 无计可施
4. Come back to bite me 惹火上身
5. Get back at someone 报复某人
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In The Mood For Something!--OMG!美语

source: 美国之音中文网    2015年10月29日
in the mood for something 想...
Hey, you wanna go out to the Italian restaurant and split a pizza?
I'm not sure I'm in the mood for Italian. What else do you want?
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