We use first conditional when we talk about possibilities in the present or in the future.

A first conditional sentence consists of two clauses, if clause and main clause
if + present simple + future simple (will)
If you study you wil pass the exam.

If we use"if" clause first, we usually use a comma after if clause.
If you study , you will pass the exam.

If we use "if" clause second, there is no need for a comma.
You will pass the exam if you study.

Examples:
If we lose the game, I’ll be unhappy.
You won’t lose if you play well.



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  1. 9.sayfada " if there ARE a fire, the alarm will ring" yazıyor, ARE ==> IS olması gerekmiyor mu

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    1. It was my mistake. I corrected it and updated the presentation. Thanks.

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