The original, could be "If you are ever in Montreal, be sure to look me up...". In your version, it could be "If I am ever in Montreal, I will be sure to look you up...".
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I read the sentence 'If I'm ever in Montreal, be sure to look you up so we can have dinner' in the grammar book FLUENT ENGLISH'. I suspect that we should say 'I'm sure to look you up...' instead of 'be sure to', but I'm not sure. Am I right?
Random House, 2009年9月8日 - 240 页
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