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    #1

    You will have ... by now?

    This is taken from an advertisement from Tesco in the UK: You'll have heard about blinkbox by now.

    I am quite sure that 'should have heard' is correct if used here but not too sure about the use of 'will have heard' + by now.

    Is this correct at all?
    THANKS

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    #2

    Re: You will have ... by now?

    Yes, that's a good grammatical sentence. It's not factually true, but that's neither here nor there.

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