[Grammar] Conditional Sentences

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Bamdad

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If i ask my boss, he,ll give me some time off. I expect.

If there will be enough people, we can hire a minibus.

I wont with you, if it,s too expensive.

It wont cost much if we all share the cost.

All right. If I see the others later on tonight, I will asked them if they want to go.

If Mr.Brown doesn’t sign the deposit slip, what clerk do?

Please tell me, if these sentences is correct Conditional Sentences.
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1) If I ask my boss, I expect he'll give me some time off. [STRIKE]I expect.[/STRIKE]

2) If there [STRIKE]will be[/STRIKE] are enough people, we can hire a minibus. (With conditionals, we don't use the future tense even when talking about the future, we use the present tense.)

3) I won't ???? (verb missing?) with you, if it's too expensive.

4) It won't cost much if we all share the cost. Correct.

5) All right. If I see the others later on tonight, I will ask[STRIKE]ed[/STRIKE] them if they want to go.

6) If Mr. Brown doesn’t sign the deposit slip, what will the clerk do?

Please tell me if these sentences are correct.
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See above. Have a look at the punctuation as well, especially your use of apostrophes.
 
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