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When do we use it?
REPORTED SPEECH is used to tell what
someone said. Yet, we do not repeat all the words
exactly.
REAL WORDS (direct speech):
Tom said: “We are going to the cinema this afternoon.”
REPORTED SPEECH:
Tom said that they were going to the cinema that
afternoon.
Verb Tenses
DIRECT SPEECHDIRECT SPEECH 
PRESENT 
 We study
 We are studying
PAST 
 We studied
 We were studying
FUTURE 
 We will study
REPORTED SPEECHREPORTED SPEECH
• PAST
• She said that they studied
• She said that they were studying
• PAST PERFECT
• She said that they had studied
• She said that they had been studying
• CONDITIONAL
• She said that they would study
List of Verb ChangesList of Verb Changes
TENSE DIRECT SPEECH REPORTED SPEECH
PRESENT
SIMPLE
I play tennis with my
friends
She said that she played tennis with her
friends
PRESENT
CONTINUOUS
I am playing tennis with
my friends
She said that she was playing tennis
with her friends
PRESENT
PERFECT
SIMPLE
I have played tennis with
my friends
She said that she had played tennis
with her friends
PRESENT
PERFECT
CONTINUOUS
I have been playing tennis
with my friends
She said that she had been playing
tennis with her friends
PAST SIMPLE
I played tennis with my
friends
She said that she had played tennis with her
friends
PAST
CONTINUOUS
I were playing tennis with my
friends
She said that she had been playing tennis
with her friends
PAST PERFECT
SIMPLE
I had played tennis with my
friends
She said that she had played tennis with her
friends
PAST PERFECT
CONTINUOUS
I had been playing tennis with
my friends
She said that she had been playing tennis
with her friends
FUTURE SIMPLE
I will play tennis with my
friends
She said that they would play tennis with her
friends
Changes in Modals
DIRECTSPEECH REPORTEDSPEECH
CAN COULD
MAY MIGHT
MUST / HAVE TO MUST / HAD TO
WILL WOULD
Time and Place Adverb ChangeTime and Place Adverb Change
DIRECT SPEECH REPORTED SPEECH
Now Then
Today That day
Tonight That night
Yesterday The previous day / the day before
Last week The previous week / the week before
A __________ ago The previous ______ / the _____ before
Tomorrow The following day / the day after / the next day
Next ___________ The following ________ / the _______ after
Here There
This
These
That
Those
Reported statements
Pay attention to the changes mentioned before.
'That‘ can be omitted with “TELL & SAY”:
She told him that he was a fool.
She told him he was a fool.
She said that I was right
She said I was right
Remember not to use inverted commas.
Observe that when you use TELL, you must
mention “the person you’re speaking to”
John said: “Ann, I’m very happy.”
John told Ann that he was very happy.
Same changes as for statements.
In “REPORTED QUESTIONS” we do not have a
question structure, now we have a “statement”
Suject + verb + complements
Paul asked: “Are you coming to the party tonight, Jane?”
Paul asked Jane if she was coming to the party that
night.
Types of questions:
1.1. YES/NO QUESTIONSYES/NO QUESTIONS: IF / WHETHER + SUJECT + VERB +
COMPLEMENTS
Paul asked : "Do you play volleyball?"
Paul asked me whether (or if) I played volleyball.
2.2. WH- QUESTIONWH- QUESTION : WH- + SUJECT + VERB + COMPLEMENTS
John asked: "When do you play badminton?"
John asked me when I played badminton.
Same changes as for statements.
In “REPORTED QUESTIONS” we do not have a
question structure, now we have a “statement”
Suject + verb + complements
Paul asked: “Are you coming to the party tonight, Jane?”
Paul asked Jane if she was coming to the party that
night.
Types of questions:
1.1. YES/NO QUESTIONSYES/NO QUESTIONS: IF / WHETHER + SUJECT + VERB +
COMPLEMENTS
Paul asked : "Do you play volleyball?"
Paul asked me whether (or if) I played volleyball.
2.2. WH- QUESTIONWH- QUESTION : WH- + SUJECT + VERB + COMPLEMENTS
John asked: "When do you play badminton?"
John asked me when I played badminton.

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Reported speech powerpoint

  • 2. When do we use it? REPORTED SPEECH is used to tell what someone said. Yet, we do not repeat all the words exactly. REAL WORDS (direct speech): Tom said: “We are going to the cinema this afternoon.” REPORTED SPEECH: Tom said that they were going to the cinema that afternoon.
  • 3. Verb Tenses DIRECT SPEECHDIRECT SPEECH  PRESENT   We study  We are studying PAST   We studied  We were studying FUTURE   We will study REPORTED SPEECHREPORTED SPEECH • PAST • She said that they studied • She said that they were studying • PAST PERFECT • She said that they had studied • She said that they had been studying • CONDITIONAL • She said that they would study
  • 4. List of Verb ChangesList of Verb Changes TENSE DIRECT SPEECH REPORTED SPEECH PRESENT SIMPLE I play tennis with my friends She said that she played tennis with her friends PRESENT CONTINUOUS I am playing tennis with my friends She said that she was playing tennis with her friends PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE I have played tennis with my friends She said that she had played tennis with her friends PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS I have been playing tennis with my friends She said that she had been playing tennis with her friends
  • 5. PAST SIMPLE I played tennis with my friends She said that she had played tennis with her friends PAST CONTINUOUS I were playing tennis with my friends She said that she had been playing tennis with her friends PAST PERFECT SIMPLE I had played tennis with my friends She said that she had played tennis with her friends PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS I had been playing tennis with my friends She said that she had been playing tennis with her friends FUTURE SIMPLE I will play tennis with my friends She said that they would play tennis with her friends
  • 6. Changes in Modals DIRECTSPEECH REPORTEDSPEECH CAN COULD MAY MIGHT MUST / HAVE TO MUST / HAD TO WILL WOULD
  • 7. Time and Place Adverb ChangeTime and Place Adverb Change DIRECT SPEECH REPORTED SPEECH Now Then Today That day Tonight That night Yesterday The previous day / the day before Last week The previous week / the week before A __________ ago The previous ______ / the _____ before Tomorrow The following day / the day after / the next day Next ___________ The following ________ / the _______ after Here There This These That Those
  • 8. Reported statements Pay attention to the changes mentioned before. 'That‘ can be omitted with “TELL & SAY”: She told him that he was a fool. She told him he was a fool. She said that I was right She said I was right Remember not to use inverted commas. Observe that when you use TELL, you must mention “the person you’re speaking to” John said: “Ann, I’m very happy.” John told Ann that he was very happy.
  • 9. Same changes as for statements. In “REPORTED QUESTIONS” we do not have a question structure, now we have a “statement” Suject + verb + complements Paul asked: “Are you coming to the party tonight, Jane?” Paul asked Jane if she was coming to the party that night. Types of questions: 1.1. YES/NO QUESTIONSYES/NO QUESTIONS: IF / WHETHER + SUJECT + VERB + COMPLEMENTS Paul asked : "Do you play volleyball?" Paul asked me whether (or if) I played volleyball. 2.2. WH- QUESTIONWH- QUESTION : WH- + SUJECT + VERB + COMPLEMENTS John asked: "When do you play badminton?" John asked me when I played badminton.
  • 10. Same changes as for statements. In “REPORTED QUESTIONS” we do not have a question structure, now we have a “statement” Suject + verb + complements Paul asked: “Are you coming to the party tonight, Jane?” Paul asked Jane if she was coming to the party that night. Types of questions: 1.1. YES/NO QUESTIONSYES/NO QUESTIONS: IF / WHETHER + SUJECT + VERB + COMPLEMENTS Paul asked : "Do you play volleyball?" Paul asked me whether (or if) I played volleyball. 2.2. WH- QUESTIONWH- QUESTION : WH- + SUJECT + VERB + COMPLEMENTS John asked: "When do you play badminton?" John asked me when I played badminton.