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I will be right back as soon as "it is done" VS "it will be done"

The phrase "as soon as", used in this type of context, is a way of making a conditional statement that something will happen at the same time or a very short time after something else ...
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In 4 years, you will meet a guy who "graduated / has graduated" from Yale university. - confused about the meaning

As James K writes in his answer: [B]oth would probably be understood given the context. But the perfect is preferred over the past tense, since you are talking about the state resulting from the ...
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In 4 years, you will meet a guy who "graduated / has graduated" from Yale university. - confused about the meaning

If we are being picky, and writing "for the test" then use a future perfect: In four years you'll meet a guy who will have graduated Otherwise both would probably be understood given the ...
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