Hello again, abrik and thanks for requesting me to answer your new question.
You are correct that in some cases the future tense, indicative, or subjunctive will be used in clauses introduced by when, if, until, after and others. The verb tense used, is dependent upon the context of the sentence/question and the meaning it intends to convey.
Example: If she comes to the party, will she stay until 10:00?
Si ella venga a la fiesta, ¿se quedará hasta las diez?
In this example, since the sentence begins with 'if', this implies doubt, so the first verb (venir) is in the subjunctive and the second verb (stay) is in the future tense.
Another example with 'When': When she leaves, I will do my homework.Cuando ella se va, voy a hacer mi tarea
The first verb form (irse) is in the indicative and the second is in the future (a form of ir + a + infinitive is substituted for the actual future tense of the verb and is very acceptable).
As I mentioned, a lot depends on the actual context of the statement or question, so if you have a specific sentence that you find confusing, please let me know.
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