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This lesson taught me about conditionals and reported speech. There are several different conditionals: zero conditional (if/when + present tense, present tense), first conditional (if + present simple, will), second conditional (if + past simple, would/could/might + base form), third conditional (if + past perfect, would/could/might, + have + past particle), and mixed conditional (if + past perfect+ would+ base form). Zero is the easiest to understand because it is used when it is a fact that cannot be disputed. For example, "If ice is melted, it turns into water." Mixed was the hardest to understand because it deals with the past and the present in one sentence. For example, "If I had listened to him, then I would be in trouble right now." Reported speech became difficult when put into practice because as a native English speaker, I felt as though there were many different ways to report speech. For example, in the last question "Jack said, 'I am having dinner with my wife this evening'" it made sense to say either "Jack said that he was going to have dinner with his wife that evening" and "Jack said that he was having dinner with his wife that evening." This confused me, which is why I need to keep the chart in the unit that explains how reported speech changes.