I have the following sentence in my grammar book:
When you have read this page, turn over and read the other side.
I have known before it that we use present time with a construction "When...." for future actions. I understand that Present Perfect also is present time, but I guess we could use here also Present Simple. Right?
When you read this page, turn over and read the other side.
So, Present Perfect is used here only to amplify the work done. But I can use here also Present Simple if I need to describe the process of doing. Right?