Verbs - Giving advice and warning

Verbs - Giving advice and warning 


The following structure is used to give advice 

and warn someone about the consequences of


 not doing something:

- will - Imperative or… something won’t 

happen - might

Take an aspirin or your headache might 

get worse.

Go to bed early tonight or you’ll feel tired 

in the morning.

Leave now or you won’t get there in time. 


Will is used in its contracted form (’ll) with this 

structure.
See Modal Verbs for more information about 

will, won’t and might and to look at other ways of 

giving advice.


 

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