EXPLANATION: [If + Present Simple] + [Will]
We use the first conditional to talk about something that will happen (the result), if a particular condition (which is likely to happen) is met.
When we use will in the result clause of the first conditional, we are certain that something will happen. It is definite . But we can use may or might instead of will. This means that the consequence is not. It is possible, but not definite.
- If you don’t study, you won’t pass your exams.
- You can travel by underground if you go to London.
- Your mother will get angry if you don’t make your bed.
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