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THE REPORTED SPEECH

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  • 1. THE REPORTED SPEECH
    ?
  • 2. CHANGESVERB TENSES
    • SIMPLE PAST
    SIMPLE PRESENT
  • CHANGESPRONOUNS AND DETERMINERS
    I
    HE / SHE
  • CHANGES(CONT.)
    HIS / HER
    MY
  • CHANGESOTHER WORDS
    THERE
    HERE
  • EXERCISES
    IF I LEAVE THE HOUSE NOW, I WILL NOT MEET MR JONES.
    WHAT DID SHE SAY?
    SHE SAID THAT IF SHE LEFT THE HOUSE THEN SHE WOULD NOT MEET MR JONES
  • 51. SARAH THINKS THAT THE BIGGEST
    ANIMAL IN THE WORLD
    IS THE WHALE.
    PETER TOLD ME THAT SARAH THOUGHT THAT THE BIGGEST ANIMAL IN THE WORLD WAS THE WHALE
  • 52. STOP FIGHTING!
    HE ORDERED THEM TO STOP FIGHTING
  • 53. “It is clear that he has been most unwise”, Tom told peter.
    Tom told peter that it was clear that he had been most unwise.
    • “I like my school”, she said.
    • 54. She said that she liked her school.
    • 55. “They don’t know the school rules”, he said.
    • 56. He said that they didn’t know the school rules.
    • 57. “She has published a novel yesterday”, I said.
    • 58. I said that she had published a novel the day before.
    • “The farmers are facing difficult problems in this place.”, we said.
    • 59. We said that the farmers were facing difficult problems in that place.
    • 60. She said that they would be home the next day.
    • 61. “We will be home tomorrow”, she said.
    • 62. “We have completed our task two days ago”, they said.
    • 63. They said that they had completed their task two days before.
    • 64. “Drive fast because I don’t want to be late”, I asked him.
    • 65. I asked him to drive fast because I didn’t want to be late.