Positive and negative
|If||I work hard, I
he has enough money, he
we don't hurry up, we
|' ll (will)
|pass my exams.
buy a new car.
miss the train.
The first conditional is used to express a possible condition and a probable result in the future.
It is form by If + present simple, + will + infinitive without to.
- If we go by bus, it will be cheaper.
- If it rains, I'll stay at home.
If can be at the beginning of the sentence or in the middle. If it comes at the beginning, we put a comma at the end of the clause, if it comes at the end, we do not use a comma.
- It will be cheaper if we go by bus.
- I'll stay at home if it rains.
|will||you do||if||you don't pass your exams?|