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Unit 16 featured grammar disguised as Conditionals and Reported Speech. I learned that conditionals are sentences containing 'if' or 'when' (or other similar terms) which refer to possibilities. These sentences contain two clauses, the 'if' clause which expresses the condition that must be filled in order for the 'when' clause (the main clause) to realize the consequence thru an action or state. It is interesting to note that the 'if' clause and the main clause can change locations in the sentence without changing meaning. For example: If my hair turns green, I will dye it OR I will dye my hair if it turns green. There are five main conditionals: zero conditional follows the form: if /when + present tense, present tense first conditional follows the form: if + present simple, will second conditional always refers to the future so we have the form: if + past simple, would/could/might + base verb third conditional refers to past hypothetical situations, and uses this form: if + past participle, would/could/might + have + past participle mixed conditionals are a combination of second and third conditionals, which use this form: if + past perfect, would + base form. Reported speech is the second half, and refers to instances when we repeat someone else's words. This incorporates changes of pronouns, tenses, and time expressions. If someone said "I feel great today," I learned to use the time expression to report "He said he felt great that day." So I read with interest the typical mistakes/errors section for both conditionals and reported speech sections.