Bonjour Rans !
Actually here is our two lessons related to après que, une fois que...
Bonne journée !
Superb! My understanding now is that, this rule of using Le Futur in both parts of the sentence, including after quand also applies to after pendant que (while) in cases where the two actions in the sentence happen simultaneously.
Does this rule and scenario happen after apres que, lorsque, and une fois que? Or these must properly be followed ONLY by Le Futur Anterieur?
Good question. If you are meaning future perfect, which is Futur antérieur, is the sentence explaining something happened before the future action. Like, Il sera parti quand nous arriverons.
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