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    #1

    As soon as the rain stops, we will be able to leave.

    As soon as the rain stops, we will be able to leave.
    -Can I say “we can leave” instead? I think “can” can also refer to the future.
    E.g. You can use my car tomorrow.

    Thanks!

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    #2

    Re: As soon as the rain stops, we will be able to leave.

    Yes.

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    #3

    Re: As soon as the rain stops, we will be able to leave.

    Yes.

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    #4

    Re: As soon as the rain stops, we will be able to leave.

    Yes- again.

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