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    When if-adverb clauses have 'will'

    Usually 'if'-adverb clauses have 'present verb' instead of future auxiliary 'will,'. However, I often see 'if ' adverb clauses that have 'will'. I'd like to know when and why 'if' adverb clauses have 'will'. I'd like you to take some examples.
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    Re: When if-adverb clauses have 'will'

    There are two verbs. The first is present, the second "will..."

    Ex: If you win, you will celebrate, right?

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