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    Question Future perfect tense

    Can someone tell me if this is correct:

    If you will have gone to store, please, buy me a pack of cigarettes.

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    Re: Future perfect tense

    Welcome to the board.

    No, it's not correct.

    'If you're going to the store, please buy me a pack of cigarettes.'

    Rover

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    Re: Future perfect tense

    What made you use "future perfect tense" at all? What do you want to say that you can't say with "if you are going ..." ? Anything special??

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