[Grammar] Let me know if you will come

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angelene001

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Can I use "will" after "if" in this sentence:

Let me know if you will come.

Does "if" mean "whether" here? Like in:
I doubt if he will come.

Or is it a conditional and I can't use "will" after "if", like in:
Tell him about the party if you meet him.
 

BobK

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:up: But beware. It doesn't mean 'Tell me when you arrive'. (That is, some students may be tempted to use it wrongly.)

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