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This unit was broken up into two main parts: conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are the use of "if" (or 'when') clauses and the past, present and future possibilities. There are 5 main clauses: zero, first, second, third, and mixed which each have their own formation and usage. Each of these was discussed as well as the potential student mistakes and teaching ideas used to practice this subject. Reported speech involves "reporting" what someone else has said and the changes that are involved within the sentence. There is a "backshifting" that happens to the tenses, times, pronouns, and questions in order for the sentence to be properly translated to someone else. For example: She said, "I am having a lovely day today" --> She said that she was having a lovely day that day. The 'I' changed to 'she', present continuous changes to past continuous, and 'today' changed to 'that day'. As usual, the potential errors and teaching ideas were discussed. This, at first, seemed like an obscure topic to introduce to new language learners. But as I read through, I realized how useful learning these concepts would be for someone who wanted to communicate even basic topics in English. I'll admit it was semi-difficult as I am a native speaker and I am able to use both of these naturally without thinking. I can understand how difficult these might be to grasp for non-native speakers.