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In this unit I learned about conditional sentences, along with direct and reported sentences. In regards to conditionals there are five types, zero, first, second, third and mixed (mixed usually is the second and third conditionals). For example, a zero conditional would be where the the result of the condition is guaranteed (e.g. If you heat up a solid, it becomes a liquid.) and a second conditional is a hypothetical situation and that is impossible because it the condition is in the past, therefore cannot happen to satisfy the result. Regarding direct and reported speech, the tense of the sentence changes when going from the direct to the reported sentence. All present tenses (simple, perfect, continuous, perfect continuous) change to their past counterparts (present simple = past simple, etc) and with past tenses, past perfect continuous and past perfect do this as well, with past simple and past continuous being exceptions.