Conditionals and Reported Speech - What Are Conditionals?

 

This video is the first video of our series on conditionals and reported speech. The conditionals are commonly referred to as "if" sentence structure speaking about if this happens then that happens.


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Conditionals usually start with the word, if.They have two parts which are called a condition,and a result.Reported speech focuses more on the content of what someone said rather than the exact words they may use .In the indirect speech,the structure of the reported clause depends on whether the speaker is reporting a statement,a question or a command.The Cambridge Assessment testing provides a wide range of external assessments that target different areas of community, including immigrants, to evaluate a student’s English reading, writing, speaking and listening ability. The type of assessment would be determined by the student’s career choice or by the institution they are seeking entry.


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