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Which sentence is correct? Or, are they both correct? "I'll wait to see if there will be an alert message"/ "I'll wait to see if there is an alert message".

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The 2nd is more colloquial in my mind, but I'm not sure how grammatically correct it is.

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Valeria.Fontes wrote:
Which sentence is correct? Or, are they both correct? "I'll wait to see if there will be an alert message"/ "I'll wait to see if there is an alert message".


Both seem a little awkward. I would say "I'll wait to see if there are any alerts." (message is implied don't really need to say it)

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