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    in if clause, (would/will)

    I have heard about the conditional sentence where in the `if clause' we use auxiliary verbs (would/will).


    Could anyone give me few examples of this conditional forms?

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    Re: in if clause, (would/will)

    It can be used when trying to persuade someone:
    If you will accept the decision, I will pay you more.
    Here, the use of 'will' balances the two parts.

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