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In this unit we examine conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals contain an 'if' clause with a main clause. The main clause is basically the consequence or result if the 'if' clause condition was met. For example, \"If I had the money (if this condition is met), I would buy a new car (this would be the consequence).\" Conditionals have five types: zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional, and mixed conditional. Each conditional comes with it's own unique form and can be memorized like an equation. For example, the zero conditional's form is: if/when + present tense, present tense (If (if) you boil water (present), you get steam (present)). There are many good teaching ideas for this topic such as: split sentences (take any conditional sentence and cut it in half, then have the students try to put them back together in the correct pair). Reported speech builds upon the lessons we learned earlier on past tenses (past simple, past continuous, past perfect, past perfect continuous). Depending upon what tense the direct speech is using, the reported speech will often change tenses except in the case of past perfect where it remains past perfect. For example, Bob said, \"I had a headache yesterday\" --> Bob said, \"He had a headache yesterday.\