Hi everybody,

Would somebody please explain to me when you would use 'upto' and when you would use 'up to'.

I think upto would be used e.g. if you said 'you can bring upto two guests and up to would be used if you said 'I am driving up to the coast'?

Many thanks in advance,

Andy
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I don't think you should use "upto" in any context these days. At least, not in your sentences.
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'Upto' is not listed as an English word in my dictionary.
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Thanks guys - very much appreciate your help :-).
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