Elena Z
Can you give some examples with "rather then" and "until then"

I suppose it's easy. "rather than" I mean above! Sorry for heading((( Recently I heard these words in sentenses, they were long and included the big idea))) 

But I haven't practiced them in my talking.  Please share your life examples!  

Apr 18, 2019 9:41 AM
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Elena, I believe you must mean "rather than" rather than "rather then".

April 18, 2019
If I were you, I would buy the blue jeans rather than the white ones.
My father won't be home until 10 pm. Until then, we can spend the time reading. 
April 18, 2019
So, I can use rather than like instead of and Until then like using the time until I can do something before the context action is coming
April 18, 2019

@<a ui-sref="user({id:comment.commenter_obj.id})" href="https://www.italki.com/user/6097046" style="background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">drasvi</a> you're absolutely right! I'v corrected my question. Show your examples!

In my case I paid my attention how this phrase sounds rather than the spelling))

April 18, 2019