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    Default conditional sentences

    Hello there!
    how would we say:
    If you enter without permission, you are against the law.
    or
    If you enter without permission, you'll be against the law

    second question:
    Is it correct to write:
    It is forbidden to take a chair from tha class.(what should we write in this case).
    best Regards

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    Say:
    • If you enter without permission, you will be violating the law.


    Say:
    • It is forbidden to take a chair from the classroom.


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