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    (will) in when-clause

    1. I don't know when he will come here tomorrow.
    2. I don't know when he comes here tomorrow.
    #1 is supposed to be correct. Is #2 also acceptable?

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    Re: (will) in when-clause

    Quote Originally Posted by sitifan View Post
    1. I don't know when he will come here tomorrow.
    2. I don't know when he comes here tomorrow.
    #1 is supposed to be correct. Is #2 also acceptable?
    No.

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