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If...

ESL lesson looking at the future and the First Conditional
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Dan Mahony

on 30 May 2013

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U2 Cyndi Lauper Chicago The Rembrandts Listen! Listen to four songs.

Read the lyrics.

Match the song numbers to the lyrics. one two three four Talking about the Future will / be going to if + will / be going to may / might remember To talk about something we are sure about in the future, we use will or be going to. To talk about something we are not so sure about in the future, we use may or might. Sometimes something must happen first so our future plans can work. For this, we use if + will or if + be going to. Let's Practice! Look at the pictures and read the sentence clues.

Try to make a sentence which makes sense. e.g. e.g. e.g. The sun will rise tomorrow.

She is going to come to dinner next week. It might rain tomorrow. We're not sure.

She may come to dinner next week. She doesn't know yet. If you don't sleep tonight, you will be tired tomorrow.

She is going to come to dinner next week if she isn't too busy We can write the sentences
two different ways. If you don't sleep tonight, you will be tired tomorrow.

You will be tired tomorrow if you don't sleep tonight. e.g. We use infinite verbs after if and will. e.g. If you don't sleep tonight, you will be tired tomorrow.

Not: being, been, sleeping or slept. If I...
I will... If it...
We will... If he...
He will... If it...
We won't... If I...
She will... If I...
I will... I will...
If I... If I...
I will... If Lisa...
Paul will... If I...
I am going to... If he...
He will... I will...
If I... If you...
I will... If you...
You will... If I...
My teacher will... If she...
She will... If I...
I will... You will...
If you... If I...
I will... I am going to...
If I... If you...
You will... If I...
My dad is going to... I will...
If I... If I...
I will... If I don't buy mom a present, she will be really sad. If I go to France, I will eat frogs' legs. I will take a taxi, if I miss the bus. If I save money, I will travel abroad. If he eats too much food, he will get fat. I will go to prison, if I steal. If Lisa leaves, Paul will be sad. If I earn a lot of money, I will go shopping. If it is sunny tomorrow, we will go for a picnic. If it rains this weekend, we won't play football. If he goes to bed late, he will be tired tomorrow. If I study hard, I will go to university. If you cook dinner, I will wash the dishes. If you help people, you will have lots of friends. If I answer a question, my teacher will give me candy. If she hurts her ankle, she will go to hospital. If I visit to Seoul, I will go to the zoo. You will be hungry at school If you don't eat breakfast. If I don't brush my teeth, I will get toothache. I will lose weight if I exercise. If I break the computer, my dad is going to be very angry. If you don't shower, you will smell bad. If I go to New York, I will see the Statue of Liberty. I am going to fail my exams if I sleep in class.
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