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From then on I played basketball every

day until I went to university.


From then on I played basketball everyday until I got admitted into university.


From then on I played basketball every day until I got admitted in university.

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Consider this example.

Tom applied for admission to Oxford in November, 2017.

He was offered admission to Oxford, and accepted the offer, in January 2018.

He went to Oxford to begin his studies in September 2018.

In other words, getting admission and going are two different things. Which do you mean?

Clive

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Thank you, but if i want to use get admit then how should i use it with University?

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I meant going

I meant going

Then use the verb 'go'.

eg From then on I played basketball every

day until I went to university.

Thnx Clive

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