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Future simple tense + before + present simple tense

This means that in the future, Adam and John will both come (probably meaning they will arrive somewhere), but that John will come first. This pattern is a way of specifying when the future tense ...
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WOULD LIKE TO HAVE + PP for possible accomplishments vs FUTURE PERFECT

In the most general terms: I will expresses a plan, intention, or resolution, whereas I would like to expresses a desire, wish, or hope.
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WOULD LIKE TO HAVE + PP for possible accomplishments vs FUTURE PERFECT

Yes. The first sentence expresses a certainty, the second expresses cautious optimism. (A first degree course normally lasts several years, so the speaker must have some reason to fear that they may ...
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FUTURE PERFECT and HOPE

I hope my sprained ankle will have healed long before the championship game. My hope now, as I speak, is that my sprained ankle will be fully healed (will have healed) well in advance of the ...
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FUTURE PERFECT and HOPE

In your sentence, "I hope I'll have seen more of the world three years from now," you're using the future perfect to express a wish about a future state. You're hoping that by a specific ...
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