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    By Friday, I will/would have drawn/will draw up the plans...

    By Friday, I will/would have drawn/will draw up the plans for the project. Please come to my office then and I will brief you on the details.

    I think none of the choices is correct. I believe it should be 'will have drawn up'. Am I right?

    Thanks.

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    Re: By Friday, I will/would have drawn/will draw up the plans...

    Yes. I think the writer intended that to be one of the options, but presented the options very badly.

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