Any difference between "I'll see my parents before I leave Japan." and "before I have left Japan."?
Jun 7, 2010 4:15 AM
Answers · 2
the main difference here is stylistic! In my opinion, to a person from England both are fine, the second one is even smarter, more formal And to an American "before I have left Japan" will maybe sound like u're showing off )))
June 7, 2010
There is a difference grammatically, but if you said it to someone who was fluent in English, they would understand both as the same. Hope that helps!
June 7, 2010
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