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N.D. - Mauritius said:
This unit was about conditionals and reporting speech. It was a good opportunity for me to review some of the grammars. I did not know about the terms of zero, first, second, third, and mixed conditionals until I studied the unit. Zero conditional's form is to refer to actions and facts that are undeniable (scientific facts etc). First conditional's form refers a real situation in the future that is probable once the condition has been satisfied. (promises, threats, backup plans) The second conditional's form refers to a present or future unreal, hypothetical situation that is currently not true and won't be ever true. (dreams, imaginary situations) Third conditional's form refers to a unreal past situations/action (or non-action) and the hypothetical consequence. So, neither the action nor the consequence actually happened. Mix conditional is a second conditional clause with a third conditional clause combined. This form refers to a hypothetical past action and the hypothetical consequence. These conditionals are confusing for students. Thus, it should be helpful to work on some games of splitting sentences, gap fill, and memory cards, etc to deepen their understanding. Reporting speech is another important lesson for the students to cover various grammars. It is quite useful to refer the list of the appropriate tense changes for reported speech on page 6 as well as the diagram of time expressions on page 7.