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After / as soon as / before / when / while / until first conditional Im starting a job in sales after I finish school. As soon as you hear any news, will.

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1 after / as soon as / before / when / while / until first conditional Im starting a job in sales after I finish school. As soon as you hear any news, will you let me know? I must get to the bank before it closes. Ill need the car while Im there. Well finish the meal before you leave. I think itll be better if you wait until Friday.

2 first conditional IF – CLAUSE / DEPENDENT CLAUSEMAIN / INDEPENDENT CLAUSE IF + PRESENT SIMPLE If we hurry If we miss it If it doesnt rain If I dont practice the piano + WILL we ll catch the bus. there ll be another one. we ll have a picnic. I wont get any better.

3 first conditional The main clause often has will. But we can use other modal verbs: If you havent got a television, you cant watch the match. If Henry jogs regularly, he might lose weight. If Matthew wants to get that job, he should wear a tie to the interview.

4 Match the sentences and join them with if 1.You lose your credit card. 2.You get promoted. 3.You dont pay the bill. 4.I try to run fast. 5.Someone enters the building. 6.I drink coffee late at night. a)I cant sleep. b)You get a warning letter. c)You have to ring the bank. d)Your salary goes up. e)The alarm goes off. f)I get out of breath.

5 Match the sentences and join them with if 1.If you lose your credit card, 2.If you get promoted, 3.If you dont pay the bill, 4.If I try to run fast, 5.If someone enters the building, 6.If I drink coffee late at night, you (will) have to ring the bank. your salary goes up (will go up). you (will) get a warning letter. I get out of breath. the alarm goes off. I cant sleep.

6 Rearrange the words to make sentences. 1.you as ll soon as know we tell we 2.he late arrives he again ll sacked if be 3.go the can home you exercise soon as as finish you 4.back wont relax able I to until be children the go school to

7 Rearrange the words to make sentences. 1.As soon as we know well tell you. 2.If he arrives late again hell be sacked. 3.You can go home as soon as you finish the exercise. 4.I wont be able to relax until the children go back to school.

8 Rearrange the words to make sentences. 1.we the hurry miss unless well train. 2.town me youre visit when in. 3.he be if Ill get the doesnt surprised job. 4.us the them tickets wont until they we pay give for.

9 Rearrange the words to make sentences. 1.Well miss the train unless we hurry. 2.Visit me when youre in town. 3.Ill be surprised if he doesnt get the job. 4.They wont give us the tickets until we pay for them.


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