What will happen if….?

In some situations it’s not polite to give direct orders to someone. Very often, it’s a good idea to provide a reason if you are making a suggestion or recommendation.

For example, a doctor can say “Take the medicine.” But it’s usually better for the doctor to say something like this:

If you don’t take the medicine, your illness will not get better.

Do the following quiz!

Okay, okay. If you don’t do the quiz your English won’t improve. Is that better?

Change these imperatives to 1st conditional sentences.

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