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N.D. - Mauritius said:
Unit 16 covered both conditionals and reported speech. The most common conditionals are zero conditional (e.g. when you heat water, it will boil), first conditional (e.g. if you study hard, you'll pass the test), second conditional (e.g. if I had a million dollars, I'd travel the world), third conditional (e.g. if I had studied harder, I would've passed the test), and mixed conditional (e.g. if I had gone to film school, I'd be a director by now). The grammar for conditionals is often tricky for students, and thus should be slowly covered one by one. Indirect speech is when a speaker reports what another person said. Generally, this involves backshifting the grammar, adjusting the time expressions, and changing the pronouns. For example, \"I played tennis today,\" becomes \"He said that he'd played tennis that day.\" As a working teacher, I especially appreciated the large variety of example teaching activities (such as \"Nuclear Bunker Role Play\"), and also the inclusion of how to troubleshoot tricky student questions (such as reporting questions and commands, or why we shift the grammar.)