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Transcript of First Conditional
We use the first conditional to talk about future situations that the speaker thinks are probable.
Parts of first conditional
We make first conditional sentences with two parts:
1. an If-Clause (the hypothesis)
2. a main clause (the consequense)
We make the If- clause with if + subject+the simple present form of verb + comma (,)
If she leaves before to ten o´clock, she'll catch the bus.
The speaker thinks it is probable that
she will leave before ten o'clock and
then catch the bus .
If it's sunny, we'll go to the beach.,
If we see Victoria
, we will tell her.
If - clause
We make main clause subject + will / won't +verb.
If you drink coffee now, you won't sleep tonight.
If - clause position
We can put if- clause at the beginning or end of a sentence. when the if- clause is at the beginning of a sentence, we put a comma (,) after it.