Unformatted text preview: For “If” clauses and time clauses that refer to future events, we use the present inside of the if or time clause; the future is expressed in the main clause. The main clause may come at the beginning or end of the sentence. If it is at the beginning, use a comma after it. If it is at the end, no comma is needed. You can get additional practice on this grammar rule in the FOG 4 software, Unit 22....
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- Fall '11
- main clause, time clause, time clauses