Der If-Satz Typ I wird verwendet, wenn unter einer bestimmten Bedingung, die möglich und sehr wahrscheinlich ist, etwas passieren wird.
If it, I at home.
If it, I at home. I jogging.
The weather (easy)
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If the weather is fine, I will go outside.
If the sun shines the whole day, we will make a trip to the zoo.
If the water temperatures get hot, we will go swimming.
If you want to go swimming, I won't get you a cool coca cola.
Put the words in brackets () in the right form:
If it rains (rain) , I'll get wet.
I 'll get (get) wet if it doesn't stop (not stop) raining. .
If the weather is bad, I won't go|will not go (not go) outside.
If it snows (snow), we will go|'ll go(go) outside.
If there is (be) enough snow, we will have (have) a snowball fight.
What happens if …
What happens if you do this? Complete the sentences.
1. If you are(be) late, your teacher won't be (not be) happy.
2. If you don't eat (not eat), you will get|'ll get(get) hungry!
3. If you eat too much, you 'will get|'ll get(get) sick.