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This unit discussed the conditionals and the differences between direct and reported speech. Firstly we went over the types of conditionals and their uses. The zero conditionals are created in the following formula: if/when+present tense. This conditional is used to state irrefutable facts. The first conditional (if+present simple+will) is used to encompass real situations in the future that have a direct consequence of an action. Second conditional (if+past simple+ would/could + base form) refers to future unreal situations such as winning the lottery. Third conditional ( if+past perfect+ would/could+ have + past participle) is used for hypothetical past actions or non actions that would have had a consequence. Lastly there is a mixed conditional that combines the second and third conditionals to express a past action having a consequence in the present.