“If” is so often used by English learners. The “if … will” form is called first conditional, another discouraging terminology. A Vietnamese friend told me that he get scared whenever he takes an English Grammar book in his hands. A lot of pompous words there but when you start reading the context everything is simple (not always). Keep reading …
First conditional – wow ….
If + present …. Will + base form …. This is first conditional.
Rules for first conditional
- Use if + present, will + base form to talk about a possible future situation and it’s consequesces.
- If + present is a clause and can come first or second ( … read the full article)