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What is the difference between ~ "My mortgage will have been paid off by 2020." and "My mortgage will be paid off by 2020." ?
Feel free to just provide example sentences.
 •  Asked 1 year ago  •  by
thecatfired18 nl | fr, de2

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The meaning is the same. You won't owe the bank any money next year for your house. It is common to leave out words if it doesn't affect the meaning, "have" in this case.
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My mortgage will be paid off by 2020 
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