Are these sentences correct?
1. I'll buy an ice-cream when I've been in the newsagent's.
2. When Simon saves enough money, he'll buy a car.
May 25, 2013 6:48 AM
Answers · 2
yes, they're both correct. The first one is a bit strange, as it means you'll only buy an ice-cream after you have been (and left) the newsagent's. I suppose if the newsagent's has a no-ice-cream policy it would make sense.