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Unit 16 is about conditionals and reported speech. We have five types of conditionals: zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional and mixed conditional. Usage for zero conditional is for scientific facts, general truths and issues or situations that are certain to happen. Likely results of possible future situations, promises, threats or warnings and back-up plans are typical usages for first conditional. We can use second conditional for hypothetical situations, dreams and fantasies. Usage for third conditional is for regrets and excuses. Last mixed conditional can be used for present result of an imaginary situation in the past. Reported speech means that consequently the tense of the speech we report is in the present.