If we are speaking in the future tense, can some one tell me if: "A until B" does not imply "not A after B"... nor does it even assure "B".
- You sit right there until your dad gets home, young man! (It does not imply that he will not have to remain in the seat even after his dad gets home. And it is not absolutely assured that his dad will ever come home, because he could have an accident on the way.) —Stephen 00:52, 11 December 2009 (UTC)