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N.V. - Japan said:
This unit focused on the five conditionals (zero, first, second, third, and mixed) and reported speech. Conditional sentences need to have an \"if\" clause that needs to be satisfied before the main clause, the \"then\" can be realized. The zero conditional's form is if/when + present tense, present tense and its uses are scientific facts, general truths, and things that are certain to happen. For the First Conditional the form is \"if\" + present simple, will + base form and the uses are the likely results of possible future situations, promises, threats/warnings, and backup plans. The second conditional's form is \"if\" + past simple, would/could/might + base form and the uses are for dreams, fantasies, and hypothetical situations. For the third conditional, the form is \"if\" + past perfect, would/could/might + have + past participle and the uses are for regrets and excuses. Lastly the mixed conditional's form is \"if\" + past perfect, could/would/might + base form and uses are a present result of an imaginary situation occurring in the past. One important factor for reported speech is that the report is given after the action may have taken place; so the report must be given in the past tenses, mostly. When changing direct speech to reported speech, the verb tense moves a step back and other time references must also be changed, e.g. tomorrow > the next day; next year > the following year; now > then; and so on.