I have a question I am confused about. Here is the question:
(1)"I want to travel around so that I can write where I will go and what I will do in my blog."
(2)"I want to travel around so that I can write where I went and what I did in my blog."
I used different tenses in these two sentences. Which one is correct?
And how about this one:
(1)"I want to do an internship so that I can write what I'll do through the experience on my resume."
(2)"I want to do an internship so that I can write what I did through the experience on my resume."
Which one is correct?
And this one:
(1)"He is going to write a book next year, and he will give me the book which he will write."
(2)"He is going to write a book next year, and he will give me the book which he wrote."
which one is correct?
When it comes this case (seeing things from the future), how should one use the tense in clauses correctly? If you guys can explain how to use the proper tense in these kinds of sentences, it will be great!
From my point of view, I think those sentences labeled as (1) sound more correct to me, but I am not sure about it.
Below, I explain how I think of English tenses. Could you tell me whether my thought is correct?
I think the tenses of English language are all relative to the present (the moment I speak). That means things we want to talk about need to be compared with the present in order to know which tense we should use. Despite the fact that past perfect can be relative to the past, it is also relative to the present; if not, it would be just past tense (if our datum mark is the time in the past). I mean that because datum mark is the present (the moment I speak), past perfect can be used as past perfect. It is a little hard to explain my thought, but I believe you guys can get my idea.