They talked until one o'clock in the morning.
It's better to wait until tomorrow.
They stayed there until quite late.
We didn't finish the work until yesterday evening.
They did not stop until after six o'clock.
Don't tell him about it until a little later.
The boat sailed up the river.
I met him as I was going up the hill.
He helped me to carry the suitcace up the stairs.
The house stands half way up the mountain.
They built the power station a mile up the hill.
A taxi moved up the street.
Jimmy rushed up the street.
she placed the tray upon (on) the table.
A lot of work fell upon (on) his shoulders.
We mustn't impose our views upon (on) others.
He laid great stress upon (on) the second point.
The family lived upon (on) a small income.
They insist upon (on) her staying there for supper.