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The chapter introduced conditionals and how to use reported speech. With the five conditionals, students are able not only decipher what if statements, but also create hypothetical situations that could and could not be possible. With the reported speech, we are able to relay messages in the correct tense to a third party who was not present at the time of the conversation. In reading the errors that students are likely to make, I can understand how to students could get them mixed up, particularly the third (if + past perfect, would/could/have + past participle) and the mixed (if + past perfect, would + verb base form). I believe the what if game would be the most effective in teaching this topic because the students are able to create situations that are as ridiculous as they want, such as what if a cow ate the moon? and other similar sentences.