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    has finished or finishes

    Please advise which of the sentences is correct?

    1. The management grants John special allowance until his project has finished.

    2. The management grants John special allowance until his project finishes.

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    Re: has finished or finishes

    Quote Originally Posted by RobertJ View Post
    Grammatically, both are acceptable. I prefer 1), BUT if you are going to use 'grants', then change 'has finished' to 'is finished'.

    Is it correct that if I use "granted", then "has finished" should be used?

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    Re: has finished or finishes

    Quote Originally Posted by bigC View Post
    Is it correct that if I use "granted", then "has finished" should be used?
    If you use granted, then was finished would be a good choice.

    If you use will grant, then has finished would be good.

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