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I learned about conditional sentences in this unit. In conditional sentences and reported speech, 'if' or 'when' refer to past, present, and future possibilities. There is the zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional, and the mixed conditional. The unit covered some basic examples of each kind of conditional sentence. For example, the mixed conditional is the if + past perfect, would + base form. Then the unit explains the difference between reported speech and direct speech. In direct speech, for example, the sentence might be in the present tense but in reported speech the same sentence is in the past tense. There are no quotation marks in reported speech because it is not the same as quoting the exact words. There is a diagram that shows how the verb in direct speech changes to a different form of the verb as reported speech. For example, past continuous becomes past perfect continuous. Will becomes would. Depending on the context, the pronoun can also change in reported speech. Backshifting can also occur. For example, today may become 'that day' and yesterday may become 'the day before.Finally, the unit introduces some teaching ideas. One is the media interview where students report third parties speech and students report their own.