Type 1 Conditional
Here we use a simple present in the if-clause and a simple future in the result clause.
- If you want, I will talk to him.
- If I see her, I will give her your love.
- If you finish on time, we will go to the
- If it rains, the match will be cancelled.
- You will be late if you don't hurry up.
- I will buy a car if I get my rise.
The Type 1 conditional refers to the present or future time. Here the situation is real and possible. It is used to talk about a possible condition and its probable result.
Sections in this article
Introduction To If Clauses
The Zero Conditional
The Type One Conditional
Type One Conditional- Alternate Forms
The Type Two Conditional
Type Two Conditional- Alternate Forms
The Type Three Conditional
Type Three Conditional-Alternate Forms