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Conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences containing if' or similar expressions such as when' which refers to past, present and future possibilities.There are two clauses, the if' clause and the main clause, and either can come in the first part of a conditional sentence. There are five conditionals which are as follows; Zero conditionals, it refers to actions and facts that are irrefutable. You can use if' or when' with no change in meaning. Next is the first conditional, this talks about a real situation in the future that is possible , probable or even certain once the condition has been satisfied. The next conditional is the second conditional which communicates a present or future unreal', hypothetical situation that is presently not true and is unlikely ever to be true. Next is the third conditional which refers to past action or non action and the hypothtical past consequence/results. The last conditional is the mixed conditional, this mix refers to a hypothetical past action or state and the hypothetical present consequence.