First Conditional - 94

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First Conditional.

When the result(s) can be true in (the) future, we use the First Conditional Sentences (First Conditional).

Syntax: If/when/…/ Clause + Simple Present Tense, + Simple Future Tense.
[Simple Future Tense, + If/when/…/ Clause + Simple Present Tense.]

A few models.

If you kill beings, you will die untimely.
You will die untimely, when you kill beings.

If we steal, we will become poor.
We will become poor, when we steal.

If you misbehave in sex, you will get ill both mentally and physically.
You will get ill both mentally and physically, when you misbehave in sex.

If you tell lies, people won’t believe you.
People won’t believe you, when you lie.

If you take intoxicating substances, you will lose your wisdom.
You will lose your wisdom, when you take intoxicating substances.


Find/note/figure out First Conditional, whenever/wherever it is used.

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