went,will go, would go

-Mum, I’m tired.
-Well, if you . . . to bed after midnight every night, what do you expect?
1.went 2.would go 3.will go 4.are going
with explanation please?

Which do you think?

are going

It’s ‘will go’ - used to talk about a habitual action which regularly occurs.

Hi Bee,

Can I use the simple present “go” instead of “will go” in this sentence ?

Yes, though obviously it’s not an option in the question. The only practical difference is that it doesn’t carry the same depth of emphasis as ‘will go’.

thank you Bee.