If I stay up late at night ,I ... tired the next day 

(Feel/will feel)

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Ahmed55 posted:

If I stay up late at night ,I ... tired the next day 

(Feel/will feel)

'Feel' is the correct answer. It is a zero conditional sentence.

Last edited by ahmed_btm

Hi,

I think "will" is also possible to indicate a highly likely result. While the present tense indicates a usual or habitual result, "will" indicates something that is bound to happen.

Last edited by Gustavo, Contributor
Gustavo, Contributor posted:

Hi,

While the present tense indicates a usual or habitual result, "will" indicates something that is bound to happen.

I agree, however, I think that the first conditional would work better here if we say: If I stay up late tonight, I will feel tired tomorrow.

Last edited by Gustavo, Contributor

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