Question on tense
The question was given to correct the tense in this sentence:
"She won't be satisfied until she will have finished all her work."
"She won't be satisfied until she has finished all her work."
I wonder why the first one is wrong. I also thought it would be correct to say
"she won't be satisfied until she finishes all her work." I am confused with the correct answer as I thought 'has finished' is only used to decribe an event that has happend in the past, yet still having effect in present time.
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