Conditional sentences are an important part of English grammar, and they are used to express various hypothetical situations or events.
One of the most common types of conditional sentences is the first conditional, which describes a possible or likely situation in the future.
First conditional sentences are often used in everyday conversations, and mastering them can help you communicate more effectively in English.
In this post, we will explore the structure and examples of first conditional questions, so you can gain a better understanding of how to use them in your own writing and speech.
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How to Make First Conditional Questions
First conditional questions are used to express possible or likely situations that may occur in the future.
To form a first conditional question, you can use the following structure:
|Simple Present||You make enough money|
|Simple Future||Will you buy a car|
First Conditional Questions: Examples
Here are some other examples of first conditional questions:
- If you finish your work early, will you go for a walk?
- If she gets the job, will she move to a new city?
- If we leave now, will we make it to the movie on time?
- If they don’t study for the exam, will they fail it?
- If he eats too much, will he feel sick?
- If you win the lottery, what would you do with the money?
- If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?
- If you get the job, what is the first thing you will do?
- If you have a free day, how will you spend it?
- If it rains tomorrow, what will you do for your outdoor plans?
More Grammar Questions
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