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Is it relative pronoun, a subordinating conjunction, or neither? She will not leave the party until you come for her.
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User: Is it relative pronoun, a subordinating conjunction, or neither? She will not leave the party until you come for her.

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In the sentence "She will not leave the party until you come for her.", UNTIL is a subordinating conjunction.
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