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direct_reported_SH - dress was silly. 5) Emma told Emily...

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Direct and Reported Speech. Copy the following examples of reported speech into your books, then write them out again as direct speech. The first example has been done for you. 1) Miss Hull said that we were very noisy today. “You are very noisy class eleven!” moaned Miss Hull. 2) Mrs Millhouse claimed that the Christmas Fayre would be a success. 3) Mrs Prisk shouted at the boy to stop running in the hall. 4) Mark laughed at Elly, saying her
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Unformatted text preview: dress was silly. 5) Emma told Emily that she could not come to the party. 6) Sally complained that her shoes were too tight. 7) Chris mumbled that he felt sick. 8) Joe exclaimed that he won the match! 9) Carol offered to cook the dinner. 10) John shouted at the children for making a mess. Extension: Think of three of your own examples of direct and reported speech....
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