Interested in Language
Should I use simple present or present perfect to answer the following question?
Question: How long will you be here?
Answer 01: I'll be here until I finish the school.
Answer 02: I'll be here so long as I have not finished the school.
And an other question: why do we say "simple present" but "present perfect"? Are simple and perfect both adjective? I think these adjectives must stand in front of the noun ("present").
Thank you very much for help.
There's still one question left. Who will help me out?
Doesn't any one else have the answer to my second question?