We normally use the future tense in the main clause and the present tense in the subordinate clause when we're making condition. But we use the future tense both in the main and the subordinate clause we we're talking about later results rather than conditions. My question is how can I distinct these two kind of
if-clauses? For instance:
I'll give you 100 pounds if it'll help you to go on holiday.
As far as I understand first I shall give 100 pounds to someone. And that they'll probably go on holiday is a future event regarding to giving 100 pounds. Right?