Element FORM/USE: PRESENT SIMPLE 'IF' CLAUSE + 'WILL', FUTURE, LIKELY OUTCOME (FIRST CONDITIONAL)
SuperCat CLAUSES
SubCat conditional
Lexical Range N/A
Level B1
Cando Can use 'if' + present simple to introduce a possible future condition, with 'will' in the main clause to talk about a likely result.
Corrected Learner Example I talked to my parents and I think if you tell them your reasons, they will accept it. (Germany; B1 THRESHOLD; 2008; German; Pass)

I'm sure your parents will be happy if you go with them. (Spain; B1 THRESHOLD; 2008; Spanish - European; Pass)

If you live in the countryside you will see beautiful nature. (Thailand; B1 THRESHOLD; 2008; Thai; Pass)
Uncorrected Learner Example
Comments Note on punctuation: many grammar books stress that when the 'if' clause precedes the main clause, it must use a comma. We cannot establish a consistent competency for this (and punctuation in general). It seems too idiosyncratic. L1 can be a skewing factor.

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