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M ypptspecifyingverbshandout

  1. 1. REPORTED SPEECH: SPECIFYING VERBS.a) Match the direct speech with the specifying verbs and b) complete the reported speech sentences. a. Alice agreed …1. -’You should wear your red dress’ 2.- b. Alice refused… ’Well, yes, I robbed the bank..’3.- ‘But I didn’t shoot anyone’ c. Danny invited…4.- ‘Don’t say anything or I’ll kill you’ d. He apologised…5.- ‘Please, please, give me a cigarette’. e. He begged…6.- ’I’m sorry I forgot to take out the f. He explained that… rubbish yesterday evening’7.-‘ You forgot to turn off the TV last night.’ g. He threatened …8.- ‘Why don’t you find a job?’ h. He told us…9.- ‘When will I be able to leave home?’ i. He warned us …10.- ‘Remember to tidy up your room before j. She advised me…leaving.’11.- ‘I’ll tidy up my room tomorrow’ k. She asked to borrow…12.- ‘Go and clean up your room right now!’ l. She offered…13.- ‘All right, I’ll do it now.’ m. Sue introduced…14.- ‘But I won’t do the washing-up.’ n. Sue suggested…15.- ’Danny, this is Alice.’ o. The check-in attendant informed us…16.- ‘Would you like to play computer games at p. The mother accused …my place this evening?’17.- ‘No, I’m tired of playing computer games.’ q. The mother ordered …18.- ‘Why don’t we go to the cinema?’ r. The mother reminded…19.- ‘That’s a good idea.’ s. The mother suggested…20.- ‘Your plane has been delayed.’ t. The son agreed…21.- ‘There is a strike at Gatwick airport.’ u. The son apologised…22.- ‘Wait in the Departure Lounge until your v. The son promised…flight is called.’23.- ‘Don’t leave your hand luggage w. The son refused…unattended.’24.- ‘We are sorry about the inconvenience.’ x. The son wondered…25.- ’We’ve got too many exams.’ y. The students complained that they had…26.- ‘We haven’t got any free time.’ z. The students complained…27.- ‘I’ll help you with your maths homework.’ z1.- The thug admitted that…28.- Can you lend me your English dictionary?’ z2. The thug denied…
  2. 2. KEY REPORTED SPEECH: SPECIFYING VERBS.a) Match the direct speech with the specifying verbs and b) complete the reported speech sentences.1.-’You should wear your red dress’. 19a. Alice agreed and said it was a good idea.2.-’Well, yes, I robbed the bank’ 17b. Alice refused and said she was tired of playing computer games3.- ‘But I didn’t shoot anyone’ 16c. Danny invited the girls to play computer games at his place4.- ‘Don’t say anything or I’ll kill you’ 24d. He apologised about the inconvenience.5.- ‘Please, please, give me a cigarette’. 5e. He begged me to give him a cigarette. 6.- ’I’m sorry I forgot to take out the rubbish 21f. He explained that there was a strike at yesterday evening’ Gatwick airport.7.-‘ You forgot to turn off the TV last night.’ 4g. He threatened to kill me if I said anything8.- ‘Why don’t you find a job?’ 22h. He told us to wait in the departure lounge until our flight was called…9.- ‘When will I be able to leave home?’ 23i. He warned us not to leave our hand luggage unattended.10.- ‘Remember to tidy up your room before 1j. She advised me…to wear my red dress.leaving.’11.- ‘I’ll tidy up my room tomorrow’ 28k. She asked to borrow his English dictionary12.- ‘Go and clean up your room right now!’ 27l. She offered to help him with his maths homework.13.- ‘All right, I’ll do it now.’ 15m. Sue introduced Alice to Danny14.- ‘But I won’t do the washing-up.’ 18n. Sue suggested going to the cinema 20o. The check-in attendant informed us that15.- ’Danny, this is Alice.’ our flight had been delayed.16.- ‘Would you like to play computer games at 7p. The mother accused him of forgetting tomy place this evening?’ turn off the TV the night before.17.- ‘No, I’m tired of playing computer games.’ 12q. The mother ordered him to clean up his room right then.18.- ‘Why don’t we go to the cinema?’ 10r. The mother reminded him to tidy up his room before leaving19.- ‘That’s a good idea.’ 8s. The mother suggested that he should find a job20.- ‘Your plane has been delayed.’ 13t. The son agreed to do it then.21.- ‘There is a strike at Gatwick airport.’ 6u. The son apologised for not taking out the rubbish the previous evening22.- ‘Wait in the Departure Lounge until your 11v. The son promised to tidy up his room theflight is called.’ following day23.- ‘Don’t leave your hand luggage 14w. The son refused to do the washing upunattended.’24.- ‘We are sorry about the inconvenience.’ 9x. The son wondered when he would be able to leave home25.- ’We’ve got too many exams.’ 25y. The students complained that they had too many exams26.- ‘We haven’t got any free time.’ 26z. The students complained that they didn’t have any free time27.- ‘I’ll help you with your maths homework.’ 2z1.- The thug admitted that he had robbed the bank.28.- Can you lend me your English dictionary?’ 3z2. The thug denied shooting/having shot anyone…

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