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    conditional

    Hi!

    Is this sentence correct? "If one of the puzzles will seem to you a little bit more difficult, donít be afraid!"

    Is it a first conditional (IF + Present Simple, Future Simple)? Maybe this sentence should be like this: "If one of the puzzle seems to you a little bit more difficult, don't be afraid!"

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    Re: conditional

    I wouldn't use it. I would use your version.

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    Re: conditional

    Write If one of the puzzles​ seems a little more difficult, don't be afraid!
    I am not a teacher.

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