Becky Crider (nosleepnever) wrote in grammarpeeve,
Becky Crider

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Chrystler commercial

Okay, I'm a newbie, so I hope this doesn't come across sounding holier-than-thou. I was watching a Chrystler commercial this morning and at the end of it (the commercial, not the morning) there was a tagline that announced, "Good Till 2007" or some other year. I was thinking, "TILL???" Even if you were wanting to shorten 'until', aren't you supposed to use an apostrophe attached to TIL? A till is like a cash drawer (noun) or relating to farm crops (verb), isn't it? Did 'till' suddenly become proper useage to replace 'until'?
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