|18.7 Future II|
for comparison here once more the same verb as future I
The use of future II is in German as well as in English
to describe something that will happen in the future
and the action is going to be finished. You might ask
why the future II is not translated into the future
II of the will-be-going-to-future. Let's have a look:
He is going to have gone to England when you are going to arrive at his home.
Doesn't sound like something one would usually say in a conversation!?!
Let's rather concentrate on the use of the future forms:
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