Use of "run"

The pen might run out till the time you complete the form. Is this grammatically correct? Can anyone suggest me a better word or statement to use this sentence?

This does not really make sense. I’m guessing that you mean:

“The pen might run out by the time you complete the form.”

I mean the pen’s ink might run out.

Dozy’s comment still applies.

Hi Beeesneees,

Did you mean that “Event-A will happen by the time event-B happens” suggests that event-A may happen before or after event-B?


Hi Bez,

Under your letter you can see the recent spam.

spammer: 23 Apr 2012
Total posts: 44
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#10 (permalink) Mon Apr 23, 2012 17:56 pm Logistics group Delitzsch
Look at it: … 865#428865
since my previous letter he sent: 56 SPAM.
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#11 (permalink) Mon Apr 23, 2012 18:11 pm Logistics group Delitzsch
Another one here: … tml#430677
his name : Saleolitos
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Hello Bez,
When you delete the SPAM you can delete my warnings about the Spam.

Event A might happen before event is completed (but not necessarily before it has started.)