Until can function as a conjunction or a preposition. Until Until means 'up to the event mentioned'.
I'll stay here until you come. We have to wait until he arrives.
We do not use will after until when speaking about the future. I won't will not start cooking until you come home.
I can't wash any clothes until they have repaired the washing machine. He didn't offer us a drink until we had finished eating.
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We didn't need to wait for long for. They arrived just after us.
Needn't and don't need to There is also a difference in use when these verbs are used to describe present situations. We can use both needn't and don't need to to give permission to someone not to do something in the immediate future. We can also use need as a noun here: You don't need to water the garden this evening.
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You needn't water the garden this evening. There's no need to water the garden this evening.
You don't need to shout. It's a good line.
I can hear you perfectly. You needn't shout.
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There's no need to shout. However, when we are talking about general necessity, we normally use don't need to: You don't need to pay for medical care in National Health Service hospitals.
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You don't need to be rich to get into this golf club. You just need a handicap. Need Note from the above examples that need can either act as a modal verb or as an ordinary verb.