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I tried to paint the picture of possible tense choices in time clauses, but I think it is not as easy as it seems as meaning and context is also of pivotal importance. For example, I think “53- I haven't seen them since they have got married.” is not acceptable but “She has made a lot of friends since she has been here.” is acceptable as they they happen at the same time, though they have the same structure. Another example: “56- I (don't) see them since they got married.” İs wrong. But “We lead a a very quiet life since Ralph retired” is correct since, as Mister Micawber said elsewhere, lead is an expression of 'timeless state'. That is, the matter at issue is meaning and context-dependent.

I THINK THESE ARE CORRECT BUT I AM NOT SURE. I NEED NATIVE SPEAKER HELP.

WHEN / BY THE TIME (as time conjunctions)
4- When / By the time he arrives, we will begin the meeting.
6- When / By the time he arrives, we will have begun the meeting.
11- When / By the time he has arrived, we will have a meeting.
13- When / By the time he arrived, we had had a meeting.
14- When he arrived, we had a meeting. (By the time???)
15- When he arrived, we were having a meeting. (By the time???)
16- When / By the time he arrived, we had already begun the meeting.
17- When / By the time he was arriving, we were having a meeting.
18- When / By the time he was arriving, we had a meeting.
19- When / By the time he was arriving, had a meeting.

UNTIL ( as a time conjunction)
23- Until he arrives, I will wait here.
26- Until he arrives, I am waiting here.
29- Until he has arrived, I will wait here.
34- Until he has arrived, I will have waited here.
41- Until he arrived, I waited here.
42- Until he arrived, I was waiting here.
43- Until he arrived, I had waited here.

SINCE ( as a time conjunction)
52- I haven't seen them since they got married.
59- Yesterday she told me she hadn’t seen them since they got married two years before.

60- She can’t walk properly since the accident.

61- Since she has been here she has had a lot of friends.

BEFORE ( as a time conjunction)

62- Before he goes to bed, he will brush his teeth.
68- Before he has gone to bed, he will brush his teeth.

76- Before he went to bed, he brushed his teeth.
78- Before he went to bed, he had brushed his teeth.

(Can “before” be used with other tenses such as present and past continuous tense?)

AFTER ( as a time conjunction)

84- After she does the dishes, she will watch TV.
90- After she has done the dishes, she will watch TV.

97- After she did the dishes, she brushed TV.
101- After she had done the dishes, she watched TV.

(Can “after” be used with other tenses such as present and past continuous tense?)

AS SOON AS / ONCE ( as a time conjunction)

107. As soon as/ Once I get home, I will call you.

111. As soon as/ Once I got home, I called you.

112. As soon as/ Once I got home, I would call you.

115. As soon as / Once I have got home, I will call you.

(Can “as soon as / once” be used with tenses such as present or past continuous tenses and past perfect tense?)

I THINK THESE ARE WRONG BUT I AM NOT SURE. I NEED NATIVE SPEAKER HELP.

WHEN / BY THE TIME (as time conjunctions)
1- When / By the time he arrives, we begin the meeting.
2- When / By the time he arrives, we are having a meeting.
3- When / By the time he arrives, we have had a meeting.

5- When / By the time he arrives, we will be having a meeting.
7- When / By the time he has arrived, we begin the meeting.
8- When / By the time he has arrived, we begin the meeting.
9- When / By the time he has arrived, we are having a meeting.
10- When / By the time he has arrived, we have begun the meeting.
12- When / By the time he has arrived, we have had a meeting.

20- When / By the time he had arrived, we had a meeting.
21- When / By the time he had arrived, we had had a meeting.
22- When / By the time he had arrived, we were having a meeting.

UNTIL ( as a time conjunction)
24- Until he arrives, I wait here.
25- Until he arrives, I have waited here.
27- Until he arrives, I will be waiting here.
28- Until he arrives, I will have waited here.

30- Until he has arrived, I wait here.
31- Until he has arrived, I have waited here.
32- Until he has arrived, I am waiting here.
33- Until he has arrived, I will be waiting here.
35- Until he is arriving, I will wait here.
36- Until he is arriving, I am waiting here.
37- Until he is arriving, I wait here.
38- Until he is arriving, I will be waiting here.
39- Until he is arriving, I will have waited here.
40- Until he is arriving, I have waited here.
44- Until he arrived, I have waited here.
45- Until he was arriving, I waited here.
46- Until he was arriving, I was waiting here.
47- Until he was arriving, I had waited here.
48- Until he had arrived, I waited here.
49- Until he had arrived, I had waited here.
50- Until he had arrived, I was waiting here.
51- Until he had arrived, I had been waiting here.

SINCE ( as a time conjunction)
53- I haven't seen them since they have got married.
54- I hadn't seen them since they got married.
55- I hadn't seen them since they had got married.
56- I don't see them since they got married.
57- I didn't see them since they got married.
58- I didn't see them since they had got married.

BEFORE ( as a time conjunction)

63- Before he goes to bed, he brushes his teeth.
64- Before he goes to bed, he has brushed his teeth.
65- Before he goes to bed, he is brushing his teeth.
66- Before he goes to bed, he will be brushing his teeth.
67- Before he goes to bed, he will have brushed his teeth.

69- Before he has gone to bed, he brushes his teeth.
70- Before he has gone to bed, he has brushed his teeth.
71- Before he has gone to bed, he is brushing his teeth.
72- Before he has gone to bed, he will be brushing his teeth.
73- Before he has gone to bed, he will have brushed his teeth.

74- Before he has gone to bed, he brushed his teeth.

75- Before he has gone to bed, he has brushed his teeth.

77- Before he went to bed, he was brushing his teeth.
79- Before he went to bed, he has brushed his teeth.
80- Before he had gone to bed, he brushed his teeth.

81- Before he had gone to bed, he had brushed his teeth.
82- Before he had gone to bed, he was brushing his teeth.
83- Before he had gone to bed, he had been brushing his teeth.

(Can “before” be used with other tenses such as present and past continuous tense?)

AFTER ( as a time conjunction)

85- After she does the dishes, she watches TV.
86- After she does the dishes, she has watched TV.
87- After she does the dishes, she is watching TV.
88- After she does the dishes, she will be watching TV.
89- After she does the dishes, she will have watched TV.

91- After she has done the dishes, she watches TV.
92- After she has done the dishes, she has watched TV.
93- After she has done the dishes, she is watching TV.
94- After she has done the dishes, she will be watching TV.
95- After she has done the dishes, she will have watched TV.

96- After she has done the dishes, she has watched TV.

98- After she did the dishes, she was watching TV.
99- After she did the dishes, she had watched TV.
100- After she did the dishes, she has watched TV.
102- After she had done the dishes, she had watched TV.
103- After she had done the dishes, she was watching TV.
104- After she had done the dishes, she had been watching TV.

(Can “after” be used with other tenses such as present and past continuous tense?)

AS SOON AS / ONCE ( as a time conjunction)

105. As soon as / Once I get home, I call you.

106. As soon as/ Once I get home, I am calling you.

108. As soon as/ Once I get home, I will be calling you.

109. As soon as/ Once I get home, I will have called you.

110. As soon as/ Once I get home, I have called you.

113. As soon as / Once I got home, I was calling you.

114. As soon as/ Once I got home, I had called you.

116. As soon as/ Once I have got home, I call you.

117. As soon as/ Once I have got home, I will be calling you.

118. As soon as/ Once I have got home, I will have called you.

119. As soon as / Once I have got home, I have called you.

120. As soon as/ Once I have got home, I called you.

121. As soon as/ Once I have got home, I am calling you.

(Can “as soon as / once” be used with tenses such as present or past continuous tenses and past perfect tense?)
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Your quest is admirable, but you have exceeded the bounds of patience for the unpaid help! Emotion: smile
I doubt you will get much of a response here, unless one of our forum members gets particularly keen to meet the challenge! I don't think I myself could possibly find the time to examine all this material and organize it into anything sensible for you. That said, I do admire your attention to detail and your keenness to learn.

CJ
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You are absolutely right, CalifJim. Thank you anyway.