The first conditional refers to a possible future condition and its probable future result.
Form: If + simple present + simple future.
- Instead of will, we can use “going to” to describe a future plan.
- Instead of will, we can also use the modals may/might/must/should.
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Examples of First Conditional Sentences
- If it rains, I will stay at home.
- If it is sunny, I will go skiing.
- If I see her, I will give her the book.
- If she doesn’t call, I will be annoyed.
- If I am late tonight, my mom will be angry.
- If you don’t meet me, I will not speak to you.
- What will you do if you miss the train?
- If you drop that glass, it might break.
- I may finish that letter if I have time.
- We’ll be late unless we hurry.
- Unless you study, you won’t get good marks.
- If it rains, we’re going to visit my mother.
- The fire will go out if you don’t use dry wood.
- We will be late if you don’t hurry up.
- If you study hard, you will pass the exam.
- If the weather is fine, we will go to the park.
- If you go shopping tomorrow, I will go with you.
- If you practice every day, you will improve.
- If you get a job, you should buy a new phone.
- If we hurry, we might reach on time.