The common way to say that some time, events or whatever remains until the occurrence of something is (for instance):
- N days remain before Christmas
- N days remain until New Year
- N upgrades remain to reach level 4
- N seconds remain for new record
But when we want to say, that something (a noun/a thing) is ours after a certain amount of something, how do we say it without using a verb, which we consider being there in the context.
- N amount of money needed until/before the new computer can be bought.
Can we say?
- N amount of money until new computer.
- N amount of money before new computer.
- N amount of money to new computer.
- N amount of money for new computer.
Which would be correct?