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I don’t think (you/we)’ll be able to buy a ticket tomorrow. 我諗聽日買飛嘅話一定買唔到。 I don’t think (you/we)’ll be able to buy a ticket if (you/we) wait until tomorrow. 我諗聽日先買飛嘅話一定買唔到。


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Yes, it can be discarded. You can say 我諗聽日買飛嘅話一定買唔到 and the meaning is the same. I'm not sure if it's "until", but I feel it's similar to "才“


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先 here is short for 先至 先(first) 至(then) 先至 (first then)= till... then 我諗等到聽日(先)買飛嘅話一定買唔到 I think if we wait (till) tomorrow (then) to buy ticket we will certainly fail to buy any The word "等到" (wait) is implied Example of difference between "先至/ 先" (till...then) and "先" (first/ for now) 做好功課(先至/先)准睇電視 - (Till) finish all the homework (...


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