Solutions for: App 415 / If-Sentences: 1st conditional (1)

Let's practise the 1st conditional!
We use the first conditional to talk about future actions that can only happen when a certain condition is fulfilled. This condition is told in the if-clause.
That means we use the 1st conditional for:
future consequences - If I start a part-time job, I will earn my own money.
warnings and threats - If you do that, I won't talk to you ever again!
negotiations - If you do my chores today, I will do yours tomorrow.

How to form the 1st conditional:
Use the present tense in the if-sentence and will/won't or the imperative in the main sentence. The sentence can either start with the if-sentence or finish with it. For example: I will do your chores tomorrow if you do mine today OR If you do my chores today, I will do yours tomorrow.
______ you call me later, I will explain you the homework.

Solution:
If
If Sandra trains every day, she ______ be very fit.

Solution:
will
I ______ tell you about it if Jane says it's a secret.

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won't
If she __________ help me, I won't know what to do.

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doesn't
______ I have enough money, I will buy new trainers tomorrow.

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If
She ______ loose money if she continues gaming.

Solution:
will
If I get new running shoes, I ______ go running more often.

Solution:
will
If you don't listen to me, you __________ understand my point!

Solution:
won't
They won't come tonight ______ we watch a horror movie. They don't like them.

Solution:
if
If we have flour left, I ______ bake a cake!

Solution:
will
If I ______ time later, I will play a board game with you.

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have
I ______ make Pizza tonight if you go to the shop and buy some cheese.

Solution:
will
If you ______ turn that music down, I will tell Mum!

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don't
She ______ tell you all about it if you ask her!

Solution:
will
If I go to grandma's, I __________ come home until late. Her house is so far away.

Solution:
won't