Does the use of "if after" change nothing with the rules of if-conditionals?
Are these sentences okay?
If after all we'll do will make no effect, then why are we still trying?
If after all we('re) do(ing) will make no effect, then why are we still trying?
If after all we're about to do makes no effect, then why are we still trying?
I know you can't will or would in the if-clause, but I'm confused because there can be two will in this example.
Should I choose one and leave the other? Or get rid of both of them?
If after all we do makes no effect, then why are we still trying?
What about "if after life"? Should I use the type 1 conditional (possible) or the type 2 conditional (hypothetical). And is it okay to combine if-conditionals?
If after life I go to your room, will you be scared as if you see a zombie?
Lastly, is it never okay to say as if I'm or as if I was, so always use as if I were? Or it depends on how likely something is, but still never as if I was?
Mini question, shouldn't I use the there? Why or why not?