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    If+going to

    Can we use ''going to" in if-clauses?

    1)"If you're going to train this much, you will get to play soccer very good soon."

    Can we use "going to" in both parts of the sentence?

    2)"If you're going to train this much, you're going to be playing soccer very good soon."

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    Re: If+going to

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    Can we use ''going to" in if-clauses?

    1)"If you're going to train this much, you will get to play soccer very good soon."

    Can we use "going to" in both parts of the sentence?

    2)"If you're going to train this much, you're going to be playing soccer very good soon."
    1)"If you're going to train this much, you will be playing soccer very well soon."

    2)"If you're going to train this much, you're going to be playing soccer very well soon."

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