"If I will go to the party, I will drink a lot" or
"If I would meet him, I will be happy"
These sentences are conditional sentences, and as a rule you should not use will or would in the same section (clause) as if.
First conditional (containing will) is used to express future predictions:
If + present simple,.... will
"If I go on holiday this year, I will need a new passport" (will is used in the second part of the sentence)
Second conditional (containing would) is used to talk about imaginary future situations:
If + past simple,.... would
"If I won the lottery, I would buy a house in Vinohrady"
|1||What would you do if it on your wedding day?|
|2||If she comes I call you.|
|3||If I eat peanut butter I sick.|
|4||What will you do if you the history exam?|
|5||If he so much TV, he would be a lot more healthy .|
|6||If it snows still drive to the coast?|
|7||He with you if you ask him.|
|8||If I won a million dollars I my own airplane.|
|9||If I forget her birthday Andrea upset.|
|10||Jacob will pick you up at school if it .|