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Reported speech

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  • 1.  By:  Group 11. Nur Azizah2. Intan Mauliana Dewi3. Fatimah Az-zahra4. Choirunnisa5. Octa Berlian6. Ika Rostika
  • 2. REPORTED SPEECH
  • 3. Reported speechis a sentence thatreport somethingas dry run ofsomeonestatement
  • 4.  Reported  1.Direct speech 2.Indirect Speech 1.Direct speech is a sentence that at uters directly by conversant One of sign to know direct speech is quatitation mark(“)Ex: Dinda said”I am fine” 2.Indirect speech is a sentence that says or report some one utterance back without change intention what do at says the speaker And indirect speech we not found a quatitation markEx: Dini said that she was fine
  • 5.  Indirect speech is another name of reported speech Indirect speech is normally used in conversation ,though direct speech is sometimes employed here to give more drematic effect Statement in indirect speech is tense changes necessary. When the introductory verb (say,tell,remark,etc) is in a present,present perfect,or future,direct statment can be reported without any changes of tense Ex:He says ,”The train will be late” He says,”the train will be late
  • 6. A CHANGES TENSES IN DIRECT in TO INDIRECT  IN PRESENTDIRECT SPEECH INDIRECT SPEECHSimple present Simple pastEx:Jhon said,”i like badminton” John said that he liked badmintonPresent continous Past continousEx:Ina told me,”bob’s eating now” Ina told me that bob was eating thenPresent Perfect Past perfectEx: Vira told me,”I have eaten” Vira told me that she had eatenPresent perfect continous Past perfect continousEx: he said,”I have been eating since one He said that he had been eating sinceminute” one minute
  • 7. IN PAST TENSE DIRECT SPEECH INDIRECT SPEECHSimple past Past perfectEx:Tiwi said,”I ate a rice yesterday” Tiwi said that she had eaten rice the day beforePast continous Past perfect continousEx:Nurul said,”I was thinking a lesson” Nurul said that she had been thinking lesson
  • 8.  IN FUTURE TENSEDirect speech Indirect speechSimple future Future in the pastEx;Ali said,”I shall visit ani tomorrow” Ali said that he should visit ani the following dayPast Future Past Future PerfectEx;Intan said,”Ishould wash the clotes” Intan said that she would have washed the clotes
  • 9.  Improbable conditional sentences (sebuah keinginanhayalan)remain entirely un change(not change)DIRECT SPEECH INDIRECT SPEECHEx;He said,”If my childern were older i He said that if his childern were older hewould emigrate “ would emigrate
  • 10.  THE ANYTHING MUST OF YOU TO ATTENTION! THIS THAT HERE THERE NOW THEN A GO BEFORE YESTERDAY THE DAY BEFORE TOMORROW THE FOLLOWING DAY NEXT WEEK THE FOLLOWING WEEK
  • 11. THANK’S FORYOUR ATTENTION!