I will play football with you when [I have had/have/will have] my dinner.


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Hello everybody,
In this sentence could a and c options be correct?
I will play football with you when ......my dinner.
a) I've had
b) I will have
c) I have
I think c cannot be correct because that would mean that the person will be playing and eating?
Am I right?
Thanks a lot
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    American English
    Yes, you're right -- although if you really wanted to mean playing and eating at the same time, you would probably use "while."
    And you're an "I" -- not an "i." :)
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