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    1st Conditional:

    We use the 1st conditional to talk about something in the future which will probably happen in certain situations.

    We form it like this:

    If + present simple + will/won't + infinitive


    If you leave at 2.00, you will be in Washington by 9.00.

    We won't go out for dinner if you don't want to.

    If I have time, I'll visit Tokyo.

    They won't eat if they aren't hungry.

    2nd Conditional:

    We use the 2nd conditional to imagine what might happen in certain situations.

    We form it like this:

    If + past simple + would/wouldn't + infinitive


    If I earned more money, I would buy more clothes.

    He would get the job if he spoke fluent English.

    If I had time, I'd go to the gym more often.

    Travelling to work would be easier if I had a car.

    We can use the were form of the 2nd conditional to give or ask for advice


    If I were you I'd change my job.

    What would you do if you were me?


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    1. If I were you

    2. She'll meet you at the station

    3. If I finish this work by 5.00

    4. If they employed just one more person

    5. He won't know

    6. You'll pass easily

    7. If I got the chance

    8. If I see her

    9. I'd sell it

    10. If they are not satisfied

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