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Using future tense after if Is it correct to use future tense after If in this case; I wonder if they'll go there tommorow. or I should say it this way; I wonder if they go there tommorow. Thanks for help.
Oct 23, 2016 7:10 PM
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If + will here is correct and natural. This is not a first conditional expression (or any conditional). The meaning of "if" here is the same as "whether".
October 23, 2016
It's quite common. "I wonder if they'll go there tommorow." sounds the most natural. The word "If" implies uncertainty and people are always uncertain of the future.
October 23, 2016
a polite way of asking someone for something such as information or their opinion, or asking them to do something. I wondered if You could possibly grant me some money? I was wondering whether you would like to come to the park with me? I wonder if you would do me a favor?
October 23, 2016
Simple answer is that #1 sounds correct and #2 sounds wrong :)
October 23, 2016
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