I am wondering if we can use present continuous in the “main clause”? And if so, yes why?
If you do that again, I am killing you.
The right way to say it is:
If you do that again, I will kill you.
And the second question concerns the “if clause” plus “to be going to". According to the rules, it is wrong to use it one after another, but many native speakers use it that way, I would like to know why.
I can play with you if you're going to hear me.