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  1. You can get into even worse trouble when you're not careful.

  2. You could get into even worse trouble when you're not careful.

  3. You may get into even worse trouble when you're not careful.

  4. You might get into even worse trouble when you're not careful.

  5. You will get into even worse trouble when you're not careful.

Does the "when-clause" in each sentence refer to the future (as in "when you're not careful in the future")? Or Is each of sentences (1-5) a generic statement (timeless), which is true for past, present and future?

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