Can future decisions be spontaneous?

Can future decisions be spontaneous?

Future simple tense use #1: Spontaneous (unplanned) future decisions (will) We use “will” to express a decision that we make spontaneously in the present moment. Examples: (The phone rings) I’ll answer it.

Will Time clauses examples?

I will not go home until I finish the report. (NOT until I will finish). The nurse will wait until the ambulance arrives. (NOT until the ambulance will arrive.)

Will have to examples?

If you want to lose weight, you will have to eat less or exercise more. This is the present tense. You need to/ you must. To lose weight, you have to eat less or exercise more.

Can in if clause?

You can use can\ not or do\not in the if clause Type 1. There is no rule that prohibits the use of can in the probable condition.

Will spontaneous decisions examples?

Use of will Future

  • a spontaneous decision. example: Wait, I will help you.
  • an opinion, hope, uncertainty or assumption regarding the future. example: He will probably come back tomorrow.
  • a promise. example: I will not watch TV tonight.
  • an action in the future that cannot be influenced.
  • conditional clauses type I.

What tense follows if?

In conditional clauses with words like if, unless, even if, we often use present tense forms to talk about the future: We won’t be able to go out if it is raining. I will come tomorrow unless I have to look after the children. Even if Barcelona lose tomorrow, they will still be champions.

What is the tense of the verb in the main clause?

As long as the main clause’s verb is in neither the past nor the past perfect tense, the verb of the subordinate clause can be in any tense that conveys meaning accurately. When the main clause verb is in the past or past perfect, however, the verb in the subordinate clause must be in the past or past perfect.

What are time clauses in English grammar?

Adverbial clauses of time consist of two clauses: the main clause and the time clause. The time clauses begin with: when, whenever, while, as, since, after, before, until, as soon as, once. The time clause may come before or after the main clause with no change in meaning.

What do you mean by if clause?

Conditional Sentences are also known as Conditional Clauses or If Clauses. They are used to express that the action in the main clause (without if) can only take place if a certain condition (in the clause with if) is fulfilled. There are three types of Conditional Sentences.

What tense of the verb is used in both clauses?

present tense

Which tense is used with if?

Conditional tenses