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This tag is for grammar questions, but only if you're not certain what other tag to use. If possible, tag as tense, verb, articles, prepositions, or some other more specific tag or tags instead.

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There's a simple rule of thumb: You use simple present to express future time after the conjunctions when, after, before, as soon as and until. So, your sentence is grammatical.
answered Dec 20 '14 by Em1
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To start is one of those verbs that can be followed by both gerund ([verb]-ing) and infinitive (to + [verb]). There is no difference in meaning whatsoever. This is also true for to begin and to contin …
answered Dec 20 '14 by Em1