Student or Learner
I have just learned what's the problem with the TV you have in your room. The problem is actually the reverse of what I have been thinking. The TV set is simply too good. It has the High Definition technology and because of that it cannot produce good images when receiving ordinary (non-digital or non-HD) signals, like Globo and most of Sky channels.
Next time I go there I'll try a few things to see if I get a better image quality.
Is this text fine? How a native would say it, please?
Yes - that would be the normal way to say this.
I just want to make sure I really understood what you mean.
Suppose I am talking to someone by telephone. I am in Toronto and she is in Vancouver. I am talking about visiting her next week. I wonder which of the following sentences would be considered correct, please:
1) When I come to Vancouver (I am in Toronto), I'll try to fix the problem.
2) When I go there, I'll ...
3) When I go to Vancouver, I'll ...
4) When I go to see you, I'll ...
Thanks a lot again!
I'd say either "When I come..." or "When I get there..."