Conditionals and Reported Speech - Conditionals Overview
This video is a review of the conditionals in the English language. We take a look at the zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional and mixed conditional. This video is specifically aimed at teaching the conditionals in an ESL setting.
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Conditionals and Reported Speech may seem very difficult at first due to the complexity of the grammar points. Our purpose here is to simplify the material given by splitting it into several independent blocks. Thus, once a student reaches proficiency in each of the blocks, he or she is ready now to put all the knowledge together and unite it into one.This unit covers explains the 5 kinds of tests: placement, diagnostic, progress, practice and proficiency tests that are used to identify students' levels, and this also defines the external examination and Cambridge assessment. After I learnt this unit, I have fully understood what kind of assessments to be used and when to conduct these assessments.