I remember one of moderators has already said tills is commonly used while we talk about periods of time while förran is used when we talk about some conditions. here i see a condition not a time. so should it be förran? is it right or i am totally lost? :-(
förrän is only used together with inte. So not until is inte förrän, but just until is tills.
"Mamma, kan jag få efterrätt?" "Inte förrän du ätit upp grönsakerna."
"Mummy, can I have dessert?" "Not until you've eaten your (literally: the) vegetables."
Can anyone please enlight me about the difference between till and tills?
"Till" can mean several things, like giving something to someone, going somewhere, or, from a temporal standpoint, an approximation of when something will happen ("Kommer du hem till jul?" "Will you be home by Christmas?").
"Tills" only means "until something happens" or "until a certain point in time". I suppose you could say "till" marks a certain point in time while "tills" is a duration.
Here mig is pronounced similar to my. Is it the most common way to pronounce that word? Or is it when we hear mej?