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In this unit, I learned about conditional and reported speech. There are five types of conditionals: zero, first, second, third, and mixed. There's no easy way to differentiate each of these, it's just a matter of memorizing each pattern. Reported speech was a little harder to understand at first. Like most of the grammar related material, I'm able to answer the questions naturally, not really understanding the rules behind my response. This is one of those cases. The 'direct speech' to 'reported speech' is something that needs to be memorized by both the students and the teachers. I feel that this may be a bit difficult for students and I'm not sure if it will ever become natural to them. Overall, this lesson was a bit tricky, yet informational for teaching common/everyday speech.