Please, check the task: fill in the correct present or future forms
By the time you receive this latter I will have finished (finish) my final exams and, whether they went well or not, I'm going to celebrate (celebrate). I'm going to start (start) looking for a job at the end of the summer because I'll have gone (go) on holiday around Europe for a month, starting next week. Sue will have probably come (probably/come) with me, although she's not sure yet. If she does, I'm sure we will have (have) a great time. I'll see (see) her this evening, as usual, so I expect she will have told (tell) me her decision then. Anyway, my first exam is starting (start) at 9 o'clock tomorrow so I'm going to drive (drive) down to the library to do some last-minute revision. Even though I'll have been studying (study) Russian for four years by the time there ate over, I feel I've still got a lot to learn about the language.