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    • Join Date: Nov 2007
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    Will after if

    "If you'll be using a wheelbarrow frequently, then make risers low"
    Could you explain why 'will' can be used in this sentence, or give a link to
    a good grammar section that contains extensive analysis of the 'will after if' problem?

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    Re: Will after if

    In this case it has a meaning similar to 'if you plant/expect to'.

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