Correct Usage of The Conjunction BEFORE



Correct Usage of The Conjunction BEFORE :



BEFORE

The use of this word as an Adverb, a Conjunction or a Preposition has been explained already. ( Correct Usage of The Adverb BEFORE )

The student must bear in mind that whenever it is used as a Conjunction with reference to some future event, it is never followed by a Verb in the Future Tense, even if the Verb in the Principal Clause is future.

1. The crops will die before the rains will fall. (Incorrect)
2. The crops will die before the rains fall. (Correct)
3. The crops will die before the rains have fallen. (Correct)

1. You will leave India before three months will pass. (Incorrect)
2. You will leave India before three months pass. (Correct)
3. You will leave India before three months have passed. (Correct)

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