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The unit focused on Conditionals and reported speech highlighting variances in conditionals and how direct speech and reported speech differ (along with the ways they should be produced). Conditionals are sentences containing ‘if’ and ‘when’ and can be used to make reference to past, present and future possibilities. It is noted that with conditionals, there are two clauses as something has to occur or be satisfied based on tthe outcome of something else. This, the ‘if’ clause has to be satisfied for the main clause to be realized. There are five types of conditionals: zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional and mixed conditionals. All have different forms and usages and proved a bit tricky to understand at first. As a native speaker, I seem to take for granted the complexities of the conditional in daily language and this unit helped put that into great perspective. Direct speech represents actual speech, as it said, while reported speech is a report of that which was said. This, the tenses used during direct speech will change as it is reported. Quotation marks are not used in reported speech as the exact words spoken are not being quoted.