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In this unit, I have revised such notions as conditional clauses and the reported speech. Below are the rules and examples. Type 0 sentences are used to make statements about the real world, and often refer to general truths, such as scientific facts: If you freeze water, it becomes a solid. Type 1 sentences are used when it is likely that the condition will be fulfilled. It is formed like this: \"if\" + [Simple Present], \"will\" + [Verb]: If you swallow some of the cleaning fluid, it will kill you. Type 2 sentences are used when it is unlikely that the condition will be fulfilled. It is formed like this: \"if\" +[Simple Past], \"would\" + [Verb]: If you swallowed some of the cleaning fluid, it would kill you. Type 3 sentences are used when it is impossible for condition to be fulfilled because the possibility has already passed. It is formed like this: If you had swallowed some of the cleaning fluid, it would have killed you. Besides, there are the so-called mixed conditionals, which fall into two types: 1) Present result of a past condition: If I had worked harder at school, I would have a better job now. 2) Past result of a present condition: I would have picked it up if I wasn't afraid of spiders. Moreover, as mentioned above, in this unit I have reviewed the main rules of forming and using the reported speech.