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As usual, relearning and identifying the specific tense to use if very difficult as a native speaker who does not really think about these differences. I also did not realize there were so many different conditionals. It gets more confusing the harder one thinks about it. All of the consequences are future tense so they all sound like consequences. I think what really helped is the usage of each conditional. It is really different when stating an irrefutable fact versus an unreal hypothetical situation. However, it does get confusing again when there are hypothetical past and present actions and consequences. Direct speech and reported speech also comes quite naturally. However, it is a problem of choosing the correct tense and reading the situation correctly.