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This unit focused on conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals use the words if and when and are broken into two clauses the if claus and main clause. Depending on which verb tenses are used, the conditional sentences are broken into several categories. These categories are; zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional and mixed conditional. The unit then gives common errors and suggested teaching approaches such as split sentences and chain conditionals. The latter half of the unit focuses on reported speech, i.e. when one speaker relates the speech of another speaker to a third party. When converting direct speech to reported speech alters verb tenses and can create temporal complexities known as back shifting. Suggested teaching methods are offered such as relay games in which students relay speech with an intermediary in groups of three.