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Conditionals are sentences containing 'if' which refers to the past, present and future possibilities. There are 5 main conditionals: zero, first, second, third and mixed conditionals. Zero conditionals refer to actions and facts that are irrefutable. First conditionals are about a 'real' situation in the future that is possible, probable or certain, once the condition has been satisfied. Second conditional refers to a present or future 'unreal' hypothetical situation that is presently not true and is unlikely to be true. Third conditional refers to a hypothetical past action and the hypothetical past results. The condition could never have been satisfied. Mixed conditionals refers to a hypothetical past action or state and the hypothetical present result. Direct speech transforms into reported speech when the direct is being reported by someone who was there to someone else. When we turn direct questions into reported speech, the question word remains but the form of the verb changes into the positive form, the question mark being omitted in reported questions. Some of the verb tenses change when going from direct to reported speech while some remain the same.