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This lesson on conditionals cover the expression forms using the 'if' clause before a result clause. 'If you leave ice cream out, it melts.' There is zero conditional, first, second, third, and mixed conditionals. Understanding how the conditionals are formed helped in learning this information. Ex. Third Conditional: If + past perfect, would/could/might + have + past participle. 'If he had written the book, the royalties would have made him rich.'
Also covered in this unit was how to phrase reported speech. One must be careful to change the verb tense (present to past) and time frame (yesterday to the day before). The chart showing the verb changes was most helpful. When reporting a question, it may be necessary to add 'if or whether'. Ex: 'Are you still interested?' becomes 'He asked if you were still interested.'