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This unit focused on if/when statements and how to report dialogue. There are five ways one can use an if/when statement. The first is the zero conditional which is the basic if/when + present tense sentence. An example would be: When I wake up, I brush my teeth. Then there is the first conditional. Which is formed using if + present simple + will (or any modal verb such as may, might, can, should, must). An example of this would be: If I practice, I will get my black belt. Then next conditional is the second condition which is formed by using if + past simple, would/could/might + base form. An example of this would be: If I had a 6th toe, I would cut it off. Then there is the third condition which is formed by if + past perfect, would/could/might + have + past participle. An example: If I had studied for the test, I would have passed. Then there is the mixed condition which is if + past perfect, would + a base form. An example would be: If I had jumped, I would be dead. Some methods of teaching these condition would be sentence completing or matching. Chain conditions, which is when students take turns making and completing conditional sentences. My personal favorite is the nuclear bunker role play. Where students have to say why they would be best to fill in the last spot in the bunker.