the grammatical rules and find examples in the songs.
- Find the sample
sentences in the songs and try to memorize them.
- Write the sample
sentences in your notebook and make your own sentences based
on the rules.
Clauses of time and condition in future sentences
In future sentences after "when", "while", "after", "before", "as soon as",
"until" or "till" etc. (adverbials of time) and "if" they never use future tenses.
You can use present simple:
Who knows what miracles you can achieve, when you believe, somehow you
I'll be running the race even while I wait.
Maybe next time he'll think before he cheats.
'Cause the next time that he cheats, oh, you know it won't be on me.
Until the day I die I'll spill my heart for you.
Should I bite my tongue until blood soaks my shirt?
After "when", "after", "as soon as", "until" or "till" - if one thing will
be complete before the other - you can also use present perfect:
After my picture fades and darkness has turned to grey, watching through
windows, you're wondering If I'm okay.
After "while" you can also use present continuous:
While I'm waiting, I will serve you.
While I'm waiting, I will worship.
While I'm waiting, I will not faint.
And I will move ahead, bold and confident, I'll be taking every step in obedience
while I'm waiting.
Use "if" for things that will happen on a certain condition. After "if" we
normally use the present simple for the future:
If you're lost, you can look and you will find me. If you fall, I will
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