I wonder if the last sentence is grammatically correct. Swan says "Present tenses are often used instead of will + infinitive to refer to the future in subordinate clauses" Practical English Usage, Oxford University Press, 2005, Page 568) "
I auto correct (in my head) my husband when he's talking, lol. He says "supposeably" instead of "supposedly" and it drives me up a wall! I do my best and I try to reread everything before posting just so there aren't any mistakes. My husband also uses bad grammar when talking with the children, but I auto correct out loud with that because I don't want my children using bad grammar. Especially since my son goes to Kindergarten next year. Source is here