Brian: Oh take a look at the menu!
Linda: Great! I will take the fish! And you?
Brian: I will probably order the fish, too. I do not know yet!
Linda: Let us talk a little bit about your future! What are your plans?
Brian: I am going to become a doctor.
Linda: Great! And what are you going to do after that?
Brian: Afterwards, I am going to work in a hospital in England.
Linda: And are you going to stay in London?
Brian: Perhaps I will go back to Germany. Only time will tell. I would like to have
Linda:Re all y?
Brian: Yeah, why not? Hahahaha. And you?
Linda: If you like, then I will tell you now about my feelings and plans!
Brian: I would like to hear them! Tell me.
Linda: If I had the chance to do everything again, I would just do it again. But if I had
Linda: If I say something, I always mean it.
Brian: And if I listen, I can always keep a secret.
Linda: I hope so! Because if you couldn\u2019t, I would tear your head off. Hahahaha.
Brian: But before that, you would kiss me, if I asked you!
Linda: If you hadn\u2019t just said that, I probably would have! Hahaha. Oh look, the
1. Use Future Tense \u201cwill\u201d for
future events that cannot be
controlled and for spontaneous
2. Future Tense \u201cgoing to\u201d for
plans, intentions and the near
3. Present Simple for schedules
(e. g. times of arrivals and
Type 1 for a general fact or
something that is always true: If +
Simple Present, Future \u201cwill\u201d (or
Simple Present for general facts).
Type 2 for imaginary or unreal
events and actions: If + Simple
Past, Conditional 1.
Type 3: \u201cIf he had taken
better care, the accident
would not have
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