- First conditional: possible and very probable to happen (in the present or future).
(if = se)
If + present simple + future (will / can / may / might + verb in the infinitive)
If it rains, we won’t have a picnic. / We won’t have a picnic if it rains.
If you work hard, you can pass the test. / You can pass the test if you work hard.
- If you‘re hungry, you can have a sandwich.
- If John doesn’t shave off his beard, Lucy won’t go out with him.
- If Mary is lucky, she may get a small part in a film.
- If it rains, we won’t go to the beach.
- If you don’t like the pullover, I‘ll give it to your brother.
- If you‘re thirsty, I can make some fruit juice.
- If you don’t study, you won’t pass the exam.
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- will give
- Will you take, go
- will get, doesn’t go
- won’t be, go
- will miss, doesn’t hurry
- Will you mind, uses
- am, do not wait
- wear, won’t get
- Will your mother get, arrive
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