Presentation Summary : Reported Speech. You use reported speech to relay information about what someone said without using a direct quote.
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Presentation Summary : THE REPORTED SPEECH We use the Reported Speech: To report what another person has said, but not using the speaker’s exact words. The structure is a little different ...
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Presentation Summary : Reported speech (backshift)He said that he spoke English Questions When transforming questions, check whether you have to change: pronouns present tense verbs ...
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Presentation Summary : Reported Speech I. Introduction 1.1. Direct Speech vs Reported Speech. 1.2. Structure. II. General Changes 2.1. Tenses backshift. 2.2. Pronouns (subject/object ...
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Presentation Summary : reported speech The man yelled at me to stop. STOP! When reporting speech, the tense usually changes. This is because when we use reported speech, we are usually ...
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Presentation Summary : REPORTED SPEECH STATEMENTS, QUESTIONS AND COMMANDS STATEMENTS When we report sentences or speeches words have already been spoken, being this the reason why the ...
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Presentation Summary : Reported speech Statements If the sentence starts in the present, there is no backshift of tenses in Reported speech. Example: Susan: "I work in an office."
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Presentation Summary : It is a kind of reported sentence (reported speech) It retells one’s talk or idea It undergoes certain modification It has three types of indirect speech 1.
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Presentation Summary : Reported Speech page 308 Avancemos 3 Reported Speech To report what someone said in ENGLISH you use the simple past, the past progressive, or the conditional tense.
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Presentation Summary : REPORTED SPEECH “I’m thirsty!” The boy says (that) he is thirsty. The boy said (that) he was thirsty. “The baby is sleeping.” She says (that) the baby is ...
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Presentation Summary : REPORTED SPEECH Developed by Ivan Seneviratne Reporting Speech When we want to tell someone else what we or someone else has said we can use either direct or reported ...
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Presentation Summary : Reporting speech There are two ways of reporting what somebody says; direct speech indirect (or reported) speech. Direct Speech Indirect speech In indirect speech ...
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Presentation Summary : REPORTED SPEECH AND DIRECT SPEECH Use these explanations to better understand the tale: “The Elephant’s Child” REPORTED SPEECH SAY-TELL SAY is used in direct ...
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Presentation Summary : What is Reported Speech? Reported Speech is a way how we report what someone has said by changing some of the words said, but retaining the same meaning.
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Presentation Summary : 14-9 Quoted speech vs. reported speech 14-10 Verb forms in quoted speech 14-11 Common reporting verbs: tell, ask, answer/reply
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Presentation Summary : REPORTED SPEECH Questions, commands and other reporting verbs. REPORTED QUESTIONS We use the verb ASK when we are reporting a question. E.g. Sarah asked: «Are you ...
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Presentation Summary : Reported speech February 25th March 4th Direct speech She said, “I’m going home”. I’m going home Reported speech She said (that) she was going home.
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Presentation Summary : REPORTED SPEECH. STRUCTURE: SUBJECT + SUGGESTED + VERB-ING. Shesuggestedhaving lunch togetherthefollowingday. SUBJECT + SUGGESTED + SUBJECT 2 + SHOULD + BARE INFINITIVE.
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