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There are four types of conditional clauses: Zero, First, Second, Third and Mixed. Zero conditional is used to express real situation: when we heat the water at 100, it boils (present tenses are used). First conditional is used to express a real condition, and it has a structure if+present tense, will +verb. If it rains, we will stay at home. The second conditional is used for unreal condition and have a structure of: If + past simple, would +verb. If I were you, I would listen to her advice. The third conditional is used to denote something that could hypothetically happen in the past. It has the following structure: If + past perfect, would have + past participle. If you have listened to her advice, you wouldn't have made this mistake. And mixed conditional has a form of: if + past perfect, would + very to express condition in the past, but result in the present.
Reportes speech is opposite to direct speech, used when we want to report about someone talking to somebody. The tenses are changes into past tenses with the same aspect.