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This unit analyses conditionals and reported speech. The discourse starts with the explanation of the five main conditionals: the Zero Conditional (when a certain action has always the same consequence), the First Conditional (a condition that, if satisfied, has a possible, almost certain consequence), the Second Conditional (hypothetical present or future situation nearly impossible to realize), the Third Conditional (hypothetical past action and the hypothetical consequence), the Mixed Conditional (hypothetical past action and the hypothetical present consequence). Very interesting also the analysis of the reported speech: I've learned that we should always pay attention, when we report indirectly a direct speech, to aspects such as the tense/time expressions (a present simple becomes a past simple and a \"yesterday\" becomes \"the previous day\" if we report a speech in a following moment) and pronouns.