Han ido > [hayan ido] in a *future* sense

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Han ido > [hayan ido] in a *future* sense

It was interesting to see your example:  "... desde que los niños se hayan ido al colegio" as an illustration of how we can use the "Perfect" tense [i.e., the one compounded with 'haber'] - in a future context - because most of the time this tense refers to something in the [recent] past.
Asked 4 months ago
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Yes, the perfect tense in the subjunctive can refer to a future tense with desde que. 

Good observation. :)

Han ido > [hayan ido] in a *future* sense

It was interesting to see your example:  "... desde que los niños se hayan ido al colegio" as an illustration of how we can use the "Perfect" tense [i.e., the one compounded with 'haber'] - in a future context - because most of the time this tense refers to something in the [recent] past.

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