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Hello, Sir.

Did I use correctly future perfect in that context. Would it have been better if I had used another tense ( future simple)?

''Before we leave, we must throw away the products that will have expired already by the time we get back from our vacation.''

Thank you very much.

Last edited by Schianu
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Hi, Schianu,

@Schianu posted:

''Before we leave, we must throw away the products that will have expired already by the time we get back from our vacation.''

Yes, the future perfect is correctly used, but "already" (which I find redundant) should be in mid position: will already have expired / will have already expired.

Last edited by Gustavo, Co-Moderator

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