# If Primary 5.

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If Primary 5

If … We can use if-sentences to talk about future plans in different situations. If it’s wet, we‘ll watch a film. This happens first. Then we will do this.

present tense in the if-clause. future tense in the main clause.
An if-sentence is made up of an if-clause and a main clause. if-clause main clause If it‘s wet, we‘ll watch a film. Use the present tense in the if-clause. Use the future tense in the main clause.

If … If it‘s wet, we‘ll watch a film. We‘ll watch a film if it‘s wet.
Use a comma when the if-clause is at the beginning. If it‘s wet, we‘ll watch a film. There is no need to use a comma when the if-clause is at the end. We‘ll watch a film if it‘s wet. no comma

If … it’s windy? it isn’t foggy? What will you do if it doesn’t rain?
it rains? If we’ll fly a kite. we’ll go hiking. we’ll stay at home. it’s windy, it isn’t foggy, it doesn’t rain, it rains,

Look at Ben’s plan. If it’s sunny, I’ll play table tennis. Ben:
play football No play table tennis Yes If it’s sunny, I’ll play table tennis. Ben: If it isn’t sunny, I’ll play football.

Look at Mary’s plan. If it isn’t wet, I’ll go horse-riding. Mary:
Yes watch a DVD go horse-riding No If it isn’t wet, I’ll go horse-riding. Mary: If it’s wet, I’ll watch a DVD.

windy fly a kite Yes make a model No Peter: If it’s ________ , I ______________ . David: What will you do if it isn’t ______ ? Peter: If ____________ , I _____________ . windy ‘ll fly a kite windy it isn’t windy ‘ll make a model

John: If it doesn’t ____ , I __________.
Talk about John’s plan. rain Yes play TV games go cycling No John: If it doesn’t ____ , I __________. David: What will you do if _________? John: If _________ , I _____________ . rain ‘ll go cycling it rains it rains ‘ll play TV games

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