I am exercising conditional forms (I am still a beginner), and I have a bit of a problem bending this case:
I want to say "If you will be living in Japan, it is recommended that you learn Japanese."
Now if I write:
that would mean "If you are living in Japan, .."
if I want to underline the future tense, I should be using 住んでいます, right? But how do I make condition with a -masu form of the verb?
So far, I've learned about:
-eba form, but that is (to my knowledge) used with the dictionary form of the verbs;
-naraba, which again is used with the dictionary form of the verb;
-tara, which is used with the informal past form.
Can I say:
How do I make conditional form of a verb in future tense?
Thank you for reading this far. Any help is appreciated.