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Will+Inf without to
Affirmative:                                  l   Negative: 
They will go/// They'll go            l   They will not go/// They won't go
Interrogative:                               l  Short Answers:
Will I/You/He/They/Yoy/We go? L  Yes, S will/// No, S won't.
- For predictions based on what we believe or imagine.
- For on-spot-decisions
-For promises/threats

Be going to:
I am////am not                       l
He/She/It is//// is not             l Going to  leave
We/You/They are//// are not l
Interrogative:                                Short Answers:
Am I                      l     Going        Yes, I am// No, i'm not
Is He/She/It           l  to leave?      Yes, she is//No, he isn't
Are We/You/They l                       Yes we are//No they aren't
- To talk about future plans and intentions.
- To make predictions based on what we can see.

Present continuous:
I am//He is//They are + V -ING 
- Fixed arrangements in the future.

0: General truth. If you boil water, it creates steam
If-clause (hypothesis):                     Main clause (result):
If/When + Present Simple               Present simple.
When you mix red & white, you get pink
1: real present-future. If he's late, we'll go without him.
If-clause:                        Main clause:
If+Present simple           Will+ INF without to, Imperative, modals(can/may)
If you don't feel well, call the doctor. If I finish work early, we may go to the cinema.
2: unreal present.  If I had more free time, I would take up a hobby.
If-clause:Main clause:
If+ past simple               Would/could/might + INF without to
If I were you, I would tell her the truth.
If I had a good voice, I would become a singer. ( I don't have a good voice)
If I were You, I would take the tickets online
- UNLESS instead of IF...NOT in the If-clause of type 1 of conditionals. The V after UNLESS always is in affirmative. Unless she gets here soon, we'll start the meeting without her. 

-What do yo think?                               -Can you suggest something?
-Can you help me think of a way to...   -Do(n't) you think...?
-How about...?                                     -Why don't we/you...?
-I suggest...                 -You/We could...           -Let's...
-Yes, I agree.-That's a great idea!-I think you're right.-That's right!Certainly!
-No, I disagree/I don't agree   -That's a terrible idea    -I think you're wrong
-That's not right.                      -Certainly not!

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