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In Cambridge IELTS 2 Test 1, in the 10th question you hear the narrator expressing that "Louise's card will be ready until next week." The question asks you "when will Louise's card be ready?" I wrote down "until next week", but the book gives the followings as the correct answers: next week/ in a week/ in one week/ the following week. Would i get a mark for my answer?

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Is there a typo in the sentence? I suggest it was actually

Louise's card will not be ready until next week.
When will Louise's card be ready?

next week / in a week / in one week / the following week

In that case your proposed answer

until next week

is incorrect because that means the card is ready now. But it isn't ready, and the correct answer is

next week


On the other hand if there is no typo the question is

Louise's card will be ready until next week.
When will Louise's card be ready?

next week / in a week / in one week / the following week

and the answer is "now" or "this week" – but those are not options.

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