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In this unit I learned about the five forms of conditionals as well as reported or indirect speech. This was an interesting unit for me to read over because it reminded me of learning conditionals in Spanish. There are so many forms of conditionals in English, I can understand why it is confusing for non-native speakers to learn. The zero conditional is especially difficult for me to explain and come up with activities to practice. I also noticed that the text from this unit says that when using the second conditional it is okay to say "if I was" rather than "if I were" and that the latter is simply more formal. However, I learned that "if I was" is grammatically incorrect. Perhaps it has become more acceptable to say this but it does sound a bit awkward when said out loud. For practicing reported speech I thought of the game "telephone" that I used to play as a kid. This could easily be altered for a class to practice reported speech.