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    Iíll write to you when I come back, and tell you what it was like.

    Well, I must go and finish my homework--Iíve got lots to do before the holiday. Iíll write to you when I come back, and tell you what it was like.

    (English in Mind, Cambridge University Press)

    I think Ďwasí should be changed into Ďwill beí. The writer is talking about future. Am I right?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Iíll write to you when I come back, and tell you what it was like.

    No, because by the time the writer writes the letter, the holiday will be over so it will, in the letter, be in the past.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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