Using 'si' (if) with various tenses in french

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Just like in English with 'if', French use 'si' to talk about things that might happen, would happen, or would have happened, dependent on another event happening. 

There are a few ways this can be formed.

Si + present event + present event

e.g. If you believe everything you see on the internet, you risk being a victim of fraud.

Si vous croyez tout que vouz voyez sur Internet, vous risquez de devenir victime de la fraude.

Si + present event + future event

e.g. If we arrive late, the teacher won't be pleased.

Si nous arrivons en ******, le prof ne…

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