Idiom: in advance
— In order to attend the event, you must pay all the fees in advance.
— We need to have your speech in advance so it can be translated into Spanish.
— We should buy our tickets in advance if we want to get good seats.
— The author will be signing books in advance of his presentation and a reception will follow afterwards.
— I thought they were going to give us the welcome packet in advance but I was told we'll get it on the first day of the seminar.
— Since our kids were going to have to change schools, we went to Barcelona a month in advance to help them get familiar with our new home.
— You'll need to pay the rest of the balance in advance or you will forfeit your reservation and deposit.
— I hope they will open the theater doors in advance. My uncle uses a wheelchair and it takes us a while to get settled.
— We prefer to see the hotel in advance, so would it be possible for us to come by tomorrow afternoon to see what the one-bedroom and junior suites are like?
— If you pay in advance, you'll get a 20% discount on your order.
— Of course those students did well on the exam. Someone from first period gave them the questions in advance and they prepared their answers during lunch.
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