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L.B. - U.S. said:
This unit covers conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are \"if\" and/or \"when\" statements that provide a condition for past, present and future possibilities. These statements are common in English and can be broken down into five different types of conditions. First is the zero condition which refers to actions and facts that are irrefutable. First conditionals talk about real situations in the future that are possible probable or even certain. Second conditionals communicates present or future 'unreal' hypothetical situations. Third conditionals refers to a past action (or non action) and the hypothetical past consequence. Finally there is the mixed conditional which refers to a hypothetical past action or state, and the hypothetical present consequence. The unit then covers reported speech which is has a \"he said, she said\" rule for turning direct speech into a report. The rules applied to this type of speech vary depending on the verb tenses and the subject performing the speech. This in my opinion will be the most difficult to teach. Although I am a native speaker I found myself having to put much more thought into the way I speak in both the conditional section and the reported speech. I was grateful for the ideas on activities about conditionals. I didn't have an idea of how it was categorized and rules as well for both topics.