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    after coming,advent,have come and came

    I will go only after your coming.
    I will go only after your advent
    I will go only after you have come.
    I will go only after you came. Can I say "all four" as the same meaning.
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    Re: after coming,advent,have come and came

    Quote Originally Posted by edmondjanet View Post
    I will go only after your coming. No
    I will go only after your advent. No
    I will go only after you have come.
    I will go only after you came. No
    Your third example is fine; Just as good is:

    I will go only after you come.

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