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  1. B45
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    See you when I come back from Europe.

    "See you when I come back from Europe." - I say this to my family before every trip.

    Is this something a native speaker would say?

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    Re: See you when I come back from Europe.

    Yes. It is informal. There is an implied "I will" before "see".

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    Re: See you when I come back from Europe.

    Yes, but I think 'get' is more often used in this context than 'come.'

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