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An old school grammar book says when you say with 'strong determination' 'will' comes in the if-clause. But new books say 'will' never goes with the 'if-part' . I am confused . So is there any special cases or it was a misprint?

April 30, 2017
Sriman Albert
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with "if" never use "will". whenever you are using "if", it will be in simple indefinate tense. but second part of that sentenses u can use will. ex. if i eat too much food, my stomach will get upset.
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An old school grammar book says when you say with 'strong determination' 'will' comes in the if-clause. But new books say 'will' never goes with the 'if-part' . I am confused . So is there any special cases or it was a misprint?
with "if" never use "will". whenever you are using "if", it will be in simple indefinate tense. but second part of that sentenses u can use will. ex. if i eat too much food, my stomach will get upset.

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