Put the words in bold in the correct order to make first conditional sentences. Use only short forms (he'll, isn't, won't, can't, etc.)
First Conditional is used to talk about possible future events and their likely results. IF/UNLESS + PRESENT SIMPLE + COMMA + FUTURE SIMPLE FUTURE SIMPLE + IF/UNLESS + PRESENT SIMPLE First conditional is used to talk about: 1) predictions: If you eat too much chocolate, you will get fat!
2) future plans: If I see Nora later today, I will tell her to call you
3) warnings and threats: If you touch that wire, you will get an electric shock.
4) promises: I will help you if I have time.
1) If David arrives late again, the football trainer will be furious 2) What will John do, if he doesn't get the job 3) Maria can't move into the new house if it isn't ready on time 4) She won't lose any weight unless she starts eating healthier food 5) If my mother doesn't buy me a smartphone for my birthday, I'll be very unhappy 6) Unless he listens carefully, he won't understand what to do 7) Slow down! If the police catch you speeding, you'll get a ticket 8) You'll be there on time unless the train is late