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  1. after / as soon as / before / when / while / until first conditional • I’m starting a job in sales after I finish school. • As soon as you hear any news, will you let me know? • I must get to the bank before it closes. • I’ll need the car whileI’m there. • We’ll finish the meal before you leave. • I think it’ll be better if you wait until Friday.

  2. first conditional

  3. first conditional • The main clause often has will. But we can use other modal verbs: If you haven’t got a television, you can’t watch the match. If Henry jogs regularly, he might lose weight. If Matthew wants to get that job, he shouldwear a tie to the interview.

  4. Rearrange the words to make sentences. • you as ‘ll soon as know we tell we • he late arrives he again ‘ll sacked if be • go the can home you exercise soon as as finish you • back won’t relax able I to until be children the go school to

  5. Rearrange the words to make sentences. • As soon as we know we’ll tell you. • If he arrives late again he’ll be sacked. • You can go home as soon as you finish the exercise. • I won’t be able to relax until the children go back to school.

  6. Rearrange the words to make sentences. • we the hurry miss unless we’ll train. • town me you’re visit when in. • he be if I’ll get the doesn’t surprised job. • us the them tickets won’t until they we pay give for.

  7. Rearrange the words to make sentences. • We’ll miss the train unless we hurry. • Visit me whenyou’re in town. • I’ll be surprised if he doesn’t get the job. • They won’t give us the tickets until we pay for them.