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Direct and Indirect Speech Expression of Time Important Reporting Verbs Tenses in Direct and Indirect Speech Reporting Verb with Object Changing Modal Verbs Direct and Indirect Speech: Direct and Indirect Speech There are two ways to express what someone else has said. On this basis, sentences are of two types: Direct Speech refers exactly what someone has said. A comma is used before starting the exact quote within the quotation marks.

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Direct Speech should be word for word. The first letter of the quotation begins with a capital letter. Indirect Speech does not refer exactly what someone has said. He told me that in any petrol station one gallon of gas costs around 2. And I want to tell you that one gallon of gas is around 4 liters here in Mexico.

Besides, each liter here costs around 20 pesos, that means that 4 times 20 equals 80 pesos for the same amount of liters that he pays and me too. My conversation more important yesterday I went with a high school teacher to be synodal in the degrees of the graduates. Yesterday I talking with my friend Chino. He is very interesting. He told me that he would invite me to the cinema. He promised buy me an ice cream. I advise this weekend to leave.

Yesterday I had a conversation with my cousin because she is away from home, she has spoken to us to know how we are and tells me how much fun she has spent. I speak with my cousin who is away from home and tells me how is happening. INIX is a company that is dedicated of the process for the fabrication the polymers. I would like to get a place for do my practices school in inix.

Yesterday I have a conversation whit my mom on my travel to Queretaro in the next month. I go to the residence professional because I'll graduate in February.

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She said that me to behave well!! Here, use the verb 'tell' She told me to behave well I hope this tip is useful! Yesterday, I had a conversation with my favorite cousin. We talk about to go Queretaro together to search residence. We agree go out on Saturday in the morning. Our plans are going to eat at twelve with aunt and return to the seven of the afternoon.

Reported speech

I'm not going, he said. Yesterday in the English class we talked about the reported speech. Yesterday in the English class we talked about the reported seech!

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Help me with this. I don't know surely the reported speech in this. She said ,"Many thanks for the present you sent me. Log in Sign up Newsletter. Daisy has just had an interview for a summer job. Instructions As you watch the video, look at the examples of reported speech.

Yes, and you report it with a reporting verb. OK, in that last example, you changed you to me too. One thing that sometimes causes problems is imperative sentences. You could say 'He told me to …' or 'He asked me to …' depending on how it was said. My teacher said reported speech was difficult.

Worksheets and downloads Reported speech - grammar snack. Reported speech - exercises. Reported speech - transcript. Reported speech - answers. Discussion What was the most memorable conversation you had yesterday? Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser.

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