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Definitely a doozy of a unit with complexity. Trying to differentiate the different tenses can tend to blur together the longer you look at them. At the end of the day, in my mind, find the pattern is the key. The key being certain key words, 'will' with the First Conditional for instance. 'Will' is not present for any other conditional which will make such statements stand out. The others can be a little more elusive for some I wager. Third Conditional and Mixed immediately coming to mind.
Directed speech converting to Reported speech feels a little easier overall compared. Still much to remember no doubt, but learning it directly after a basis in Conditionals, you tend in most cases to learn what to look for. Even if only subconsciously at first.