If + present tense + would ?
If you provide me a computer, I would do it.
I would be glad if you answer this question.
If you give me a house, my mom would laugh.
My lovers would be angry if you love me.
Are these sentences correct? What does would mean in the present tense?
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they are conditional type one
Are the sentences grammatically correct?
I mean we normally use will instead of would in the present tense, right?
If you provide me a computer, I will do it. I will be glad if you answer this question. If you give me a house, my mom will laugh. My lovers will be angry if you love me.
However, I want to make my sentences politer with would. So, are they correct? Why?