Why do we say it in a way that we already know how the experience is when we are asking someone to let us know?

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Why do we say it in a way that we already know how the experience is when we are asking someone to let us know?

Let me know how your experience is!

¡Ya me contarás cómo está tu experiencia!

lit: "you'll already tell me how your experience is!", you = 


Why do we say it in a way that we already know how the experience is when we are asking someone to let us know?

Asked 3 weeks ago
MarcosC1Kwiziq Q&A regular contributorCorrect answer

It’s becuase when “ya” is used with a future tense it doesn’t mean already, but “at some point in the future”.  

Here is a lesson on this:  Using "ya" with the Spanish Future to mean soon/at some point in the future

 

Why do we say it in a way that we already know how the experience is when we are asking someone to let us know?

Let me know how your experience is!

¡Ya me contarás cómo está tu experiencia!

lit: "you'll already tell me how your experience is!", you = 


Why do we say it in a way that we already know how the experience is when we are asking someone to let us know?

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