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This Unit was a good reminder about five main conditionals (zeros, first, second, third and mixed) and how they formed and used. We should remember that we use First conditional when we talk about back up plans, give a promise or want to warn somebody. And we use Second conditional when we talk about dreams, fantasies or hypothetical situations. We use Zero condition when we talk about general truth, scientific facts or some issues/situations that are irrefutable. We use Third conditional for regrets and excuses; and finally we use Mixed conditional when we talk about present result of imaginary situation in the past. Using indirect speech we have to remember to change a verb tense; pronouns and time expression should be changed as well.