Use the First Conditional to talk about future possibilities:
- If it’s sunny tomorrow, I’ll go to the beach.
- If it rains tomorrow, I’ll stay home.
There are two parts to a first conditional sentence: the condition and the result:
|If you study this weekend,||you’ll pass the test on Monday.|
|If you don’t study,||you’ll fail.|
|If John goes on a trip next month,||he won’t have time to finish the project.|
|If we don’t save money this year,||we won’t be able to buy Christmas presents.|
- If you don’t study, you’ll fail. = You’ll fail if you don’t study.
How to form the first conditional:
CONDITION: if + subject + present simple
RESULT: subject + future (will/won’t, going to)[important]It is possible to use other words in place of if in first conditional sentences.
First Conditional Quiz
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If we ____________ now, we ___________ catch the 8 o'clock train.
don't leave / won't
won't leave / don't
'll leave / are going to
If you __________ the teacher, she ___________ you.
ask / 'll
'll ask / 'll
'll ask / is
If Tim ___________ more carefully, he ___________ an accident.
doesn't drive / 'll
isn't driving / won't
drives / 'll
I don't want to talk to Sheila. If she ___________ me, I ___________ her I'm too busy to talk.
calls / 'm going to tell
will call / tell
calls / won't tell
If I ___________ extra courses this semester, I ____________ as much free time.
take / won't have
will take / will have
don't take / don't have
____________ English faster if you ____________ every day.
You'll learn / study
You learn / won't study
You won't learn / 'll study
________ you call me if you __________ any news?
Will / hear
Do / 'll hear
Won't / aren't hearing
We don't have very much money, so we __________ the car only if ____________ more than $8,000.
'll buy / it doesn't cost
won't buy / it won't cost
buy / it'll cost
My wife ________ angry if I _________ our anniversary again!
is going to be / forget
will be / don't forget
is / 'll forget
He ___________ any progress if he ___________ procrastinating.
won't make / keeps
doesn't make / 'll keep
is going to make / won't keep
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