“Larry decided to postpone sending the email until later that afternoon.”
“I’m going postpone doing my geometry homework until later.”
Have you ever heard someone use the phrase “postpone until later”? It kind of just rolls off the tongue, but it’s poor usage.
Postpone automatically indicates later. If you postpone studying, it means you’re not going to study until later.
So, the practical grammar tip here is to always eliminate “until later.” Just say postpone.
After all, you’ve never heard someone decide to postpone studying until earlier.
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