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    I hope the...merchandise will have arrived

    1. I hope the merchandise will arrive tomorrow.
    2. I hope by tomorrow the merchandise will have arrived.

    I know the first sentence is correct, but is the second sentence fine?

    Thanks in advance


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    Re: I hope the...merchandise will have arrived

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    1. I hope the merchandise will arrive tomorrow.
    2. I hope by tomorrow the merchandise will have arrived.

    I know the first sentence is correct, but is the second sentence fine?

    Thanks in advance
    It is OK.

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