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This unit covered conditional statements and direct versus reported speech. Conditionals are statements that contain the word if, and are used to show the consequences of an action. These can be either literal, if it rains, we will get wet, or hypothetical, if I win a million dollars, I will buy a house. There are five major kinds of conditionals with many variations as well. The unit also talked about direct versus reported speech, looking at their forms, structures, and uses. Direct speech is speech that happens between two or more individuals in real time while reported speech is speech that takes direct speech and retells it to a new party. Reported speech uses a similar form to direct speech, but turns the words into the past tense, modifies pronouns to match the meaning of the original speech, and changes the time scale to match when the speech originally occurred.