On cue, up to 30 different odours - from bread and bananas to garlic and gun smoke - were released at each viewer's seat. We use from ... to ... to indicate a list of items, as in the example above. It can also be used to show the duration of a situation or event, with 'from' indicating when it begins and 'to' (or 'till' or 'until') indicating when it ends, e.g. The show is on from Monday to/till/until Thursday. We can also use between ... and ... For example: The show is on between Monday and Thursday. Note that we use between ... and ... when there are only two things or persons. Also, pay attention to a common mistake: between ... to ... The correct forms should be from ... to ... and between ... and ... Lastly, note that between 3pm to 6pm is wrong. Use either from 3pm to 6pm or between 3pm and 6pm.