WILL, first conditional:
Usage: First conditionals predict the effects of a real or probable action or event.
Structure: IF + S + V (+ O), S + WILL.
We use the present tense in the if clause and future tense in the main clause.
If you are our lucky winner, you willhave the best night of your life in our exciting capital city.
You willhavesome time to relax before dinner ifyou are tired after the journey.
As the rupture most commonly occurs in “mid-aged” persons (in the most creative
and productive part of life), the highest effort should be put in enabling patients to
return to previous activities as soon as possible. There is universal agreement that
functional treatment is the most effective way in this regardless of the used
conservative or operative (open or percutaneous) method.
This article argues that the crisis of 2007–2008 happened because of an explosive
combination of agency problems, moral hazard, and “scientism”—the illusion that
ostensibly scientiﬁc techniques would manage risks and predict rare events in spite
of the stark empirical and theoretical realities that suggested otherwise. The authors
analyze the varied behaviors, ideas and effects that in combination created a ﬁnancial
meltdown, and discuss the players responsible for the consequences.
We must be daring and search after Truth; even if we do not succeed in finding her, we shall at least come closer than we are at present (Galen AD 130-200)
SYNOPSIS (CONTINUED) Surveillance studies and the reporting of spontaneous adverse reactions respectively determine the clinical profile of the drug and detect rare adverse events. Further trials to compare new medicines with existing medicines are also required.These form the basis of cost-effectiveness comparisons.
The ﬁndings of these few studies suggest that reﬂective thinking may develop in
association with certain interventions. It also appears that the development of reﬂective
thinking is related to other aspects of learning and professional development. The methods
employed were usually observational and analytical, and appropriate to the questions
asked. However, only one of these studies had a comparison group, so the transferability of
the interventions and results across contexts is unclear.