Grammar

As long as

As long as

We use as long as to refer to the intended duration of a plan or idea, most commonly referring to the future. We always use the present simple to refer to the future after as long as. As long as also means ‘provided that’, ‘providing that’ or ‘on condition that’.

1. You can stay at our house as long as you like.

2. I’ll remember that night as long as I live.

3. You are allowed to go to Jason’s party as long as you let us know when you arrive.

4. They have had that car for as long as I can remember.

5. Everything will be okay as long as nobody finds out.

6. They are not interested in doing anything else as long as they accomplish their primary objective.

7. I want to work as long as I can because retirement seems boring.

8. I will be home soon as long as no other patients show up with emergencies.

9. You can be a great mother and have a career as long as you have the right balance in your life.

10. Scoring goals has been their weakness for as long as I can remember.

 

 

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