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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #88198: First conditional
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Conditional and hypothesis [Change theme]
    > Similar tests: - Conditional - I wish, if only - Conditional clauses - Hypothetical sentences: tenses - Third conditional - Conditional Sentences - If or whether - If clauses: step 2
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    First conditional

    We use the first conditional to talk about the future result of possible situations.

    The if clause talks about things that are possible but we are not 100% sure that they will happen.

    To make the first conditional we use:

    if + subject + present simple + complement , subject + will + infinitive + complement

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    1. If James tonight, we will go and cheer him up.

    2. My boss a good decision if he has all the information.

    3. I will make dinner if you the dishes.

    4. If my friends come now, I time to do my homework.

    5. If we progress with the experiment, we will tell the board.

    6. If you bugging me, I will finish doing my homework.

    7. If everything works out like I think, the business a great success.

    8. I will go to the doctor's if you with me.

    9. I'll be very happy if you your exam.

    10. My muscles if I start going to the gym again.

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