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This unit covered two major grammar points: conditionals, and reported speech. There are 4 different types of conditionals, as well as mixed conditionals. Each type uses different tenses and is appropriate for distinct situations. For example, the zero conditional uses the present simple tense and applies to irrefutable facts or certainties. Mixed conditionals generally combine past perfect and present tenses to describe hypothetical past actions and the hypothetical present consequences. Reported speech is how one talks about what someone else said, without quoting them directly. Since there is often a time difference between when direct speech and the report happen, often the verb tense and time expressions need to be changed. This can be very confusing for students and needs to be introduced slowly and practiced repeatedly.