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    Question 1 conditional

    i was reading about the first conditional...i know that after if u can't write will...but here is written that u can...for example if u will drive too fast the police will stop u... so could u explain me when u can and when u can't write...i am confused
    thx for help

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    Re: 1 conditional

    When you have 'will' in both parts of a first conditional, it has a slightly different meaning:
    If you will drive too fast = If you insist on driving too fast (do it repeatedly)

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