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Thanks in advance. Both are correct. There's little difference in meaning in this particular context; there might be more of a difference in other situations. Thanks always, Loob, Is there any context in which "I have arrived" and " I arrive " do make difference? Well, it's difficult to think of one, Akasaka.
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The difference isn't huge, though. It's really a question of how you present the facts - as an action, or as a state: 1 I will call you when I arrive. Thanks for helping me, Loob, I never thought of the difference as "state" or "action".
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I'll think it over. I agree with Loob that both are correct.
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However a nuance: I have never heard " have arrived" in colloquial normal conversation. I personally would never use it. People often emphasize the difference to make sure the listener understands the importance. I will call you the moment I arrive at the station.