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Generally, in the 'If' clauses I read in some of the entrance exams materials the verbs such as would or will shouldn't be used. Is that correct?
Following is the sentence I read it in an article:
If you 'll try to balance your own sentences in this way, your writing will be more forceful.
On this ocassion, I would to request you for any special points you want to put forth on conditionals are whole heartedly welcomed:)
Also, please let me know if there are any good links in which I can have thorough understanding of conditional statements.
Thanks so much for your answers in advance
Generally it is true that we don't use will after IF with conditionals, but sometimes it is possible - when if expresses the idea of willingness:
In your sentence will means something like "want". Imagine that someone is smoking in your room and it bothers you- you could say "If you will stop smoking here I will be very happy" - you underline that this person can stop, and should want to stop, should be willing to stop.
This is rather refined use of language and basically we can stick to a general rule "don't use will after if with conditionals". Hope this helps a little:)