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Bildung: if + present simple, will + infinitive

Positiv:

– If you eat too much, you will get sick. short: If you eat too much, you’ll get sick.

– If you sit in the sun, you will get burned. short: If you sit in the sun, you’ll get burned.

– You will get burned if you continue to sit in the sun.

– You will have to reboot your computer, if you stop the loading process now.

Negativ:

– If you sit in the shade, you won’t get burned.

– You won’t get another chance, if you leave the meeting now.

– You will have to wait in the cue, if you don’t have a premium ticket.

Frage:

– Will I have a chance to talk to him, if I call him tomorrow?

– Won’t they be sad, if I leave tomorrow?

Note: You may sometimes find: If I were you … or: If I was you …  (which has become popular recently). You can use both. However, most North Americans tend to use “If I were you …” which is also grammatically better.

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