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Which of the following sentence is grammatically correct?

1. Wait for the right time until the experiments are done.

2. Wait for the right time until the experiments will be done.

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    Neither sentence is correct. You can say wait until the experiments are done. Or wait until the right time after the experiments are done. But the right time until shouldn't be used . . . – Jason Bassford Supports Monica Nov 9 '18 at 16:17
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The first sentence is correct. "Until" cannot be followed by the future tense, you should use the present form of the verb in order to refer to the future events.

"Until as a conjunction" according to Cambridge Dictionary:

We use present verb forms to refer to the future after until:

  • I can’t wait until the summer holidays begin.

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