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This unit deals with two aspects of the language: the conditionals and the reported speech. even though there are many kinds of conditionals, this unit focused on the five situations or types of conditionals that are usually taught in ESL classrooms. The Zero conditional (If present simple, then verb) for general truths. The First conditional (If present simple then will) for real situations that are highly likely to occur. The Second conditional (If past simple, then could/would/might base verb) for unreal or unlikely situations. The Third conditional (If past perfect, then could/would/might have past participle)for real or hypothetical past events with past consequences. The last conditional is a mix of the second and the third conditional (If past perfect, the base form). The second part of the unit dealt with the reported speech and all the rules for the verb/pronouns/times switching.