You are the first to see my house.
1) You are the first to see my house.
= You are the first who visited my house
2) He is the last man to succeed in the attempt.
= He is the last man who will succeed in the attempt.
I am sorry about dragging this question out, but please pardon me. And what I would like to know is if there is no meaning of the future in #1 and there is a meaning of the future in #2, even though they have the same tense, so I think we should understand those kinds of sentences, depending on context, right? Thank you so much and I hope to hear from you again.
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