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, "Pilucha, Jiri" <jiri.pilucha@...> wrote:
>Az neco najdu, dam ti vedet, co jsem nasel
When I find something Iâll let you know (what). :-)
To go back to your first sentence:
Iâll let you know what I find/have found/found
Basically, what Jamie said.
I would dissuade students from using âwill have foundâ here. The âwillâ is quite redundant in all but the most contrived cases IMO.
I agree that #3 is much more unlikely, but yes, I can think of a case where it might well be acceptable, e.g. if today is Wednesday, Iâll be doing a search on Thursday and Iâll report back to you on Friday then on Friday I will let you know what I found on Thursday (because it is normally bad form to use the present perfect with the day before and similar time expressions). A better example might be:
My birthday is on Friday but I will not see you till Saturday, so:
On Saturday Iâll let you know what I got/received for my birthday on Friday (the present perfect would be wrong here IMO)