Ramin Farsad
Grammar - Future tense - conditional If for 2 things happening in the future What is the grammar for this situation: I want to ask someone that if something happens (Im not sure about that) in the near future then after that I want you to do this. Does that make sense? I read that first, second and third conditional ifs are not suitable for this situation or are they? Thx.
Nov 22, 2017 6:56 AM
Answers · 2
Sorry, I don't know much grammar, but I think that the first one is fine. If I win the lottery on Saturday, I want you to come to Iran with me. If your son is sick on Wednesday, I would like you to take him to the doctor. You can add a 'then' in there as well: If you manage to buy that boat in the sale, then I want you to take me out fishing next weekend.
November 22, 2017
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Ramin Farsad
Language Skills
English, Persian (Farsi)
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English