Find and correct the mistake (Conditional if)


If it is fine today , I'd go out. (correct the mistake)

If it is fine today , I'll go out. (=I haven't known yet whether it is fine or not.)
If it was fine today , I'd go out. (=I have known it is not fine today , so I won't  go out.)

Are both answers correct despite having different meanings?

edited Nov 04 '12 at 23:04 eslam0123 New member

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Water will turn into ice if temperature drops below

link comment answered Mar 09 '15 at 00:58 Mamdouh Tork New member

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