First Conditional Revision:
(Phrasal Verbs) look after - find out Notes:
The First Conditional
If + present simple + *will
*can/could/may/might are also possible but we'll just use will for this conversation.
The first conditional is used to:
Talk about possible actions in the future, i.e.
If it rains, we'll go to the cinema.
If you don't phone her, she won't come.
If she works hard, she'll pass the exam.
The clauses can be turned around and then you don't need a comma, i.e.
We'll go to the cinema if it rains.
She won't come if you don't phone her.
She'll pass the exam if she works hard.Vocabulary grades
- the mark given in a test or exam, i.e. A, B, C - 1,2,3 find out
- (Phrasal Verb) to discover information, a fact, a truth, i.e.
- I found out why Luke didn't come to your party.
- Can you find out the times of the trains to London, please?
- Have you found out the date of the interview?
- (Phrasal Verb) to protect, take care of, i.e.
- Can you look after the children when I go to the supermarket?
- Yes, you can borrow my guitar, but please look after it.
- UK government organisations providing welfare services to the public