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TESOL Videos - Teaching Special Groups in ESL - Do's and Don'ts When Teaching Young Learners
There are some general Do's and Don'ts that need to be considered when teaching young learners. Watch this video to get more insight into teaching this special group of learners.
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Conditional speech exists in five forms, the zero, first, second, third, and mixed conditionals. Conditional sentences use two clauses with the words \"If\" or, in the case of the zero conditional, \"when\". The zero conditional is used to report things that are always true, or scientific facts. It combines the present tense and a second clause that is also in present tense. The first conditional combines a present tense clause with a modal like \"could\" or \"might\" to express things that could happen in the future or are possible now. The second conditional uses a past tense clause and a modal like \"could\" or \"would\" to discuss unlikely situations such as winning the lottery. The third conditional combines the past perfect form of a verb with a modal, have and the past participle. This kind of sentence describes impossible hypotheticals or things that did not happen in the past. Mixed conditionals combine elements of any of the other conditionals and are more rare. \"If I had eaten lunch, I would not be hungry now,\" is an example. of a mixed conditional. Reported speech is another difficult element of English because it appears counter-intuitive and often native speakers themselves do not even follow the rules for reporting speech. Reporting speech requires us to take direct speech and then backshift the tense, adopt an appropriate pronoun, and also to change other feat