direct_to_reported_speech

direct_to_reported_speech - Direct to Reported Speech. We...

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Direct to Reported Speech. We can report what somebody says without needing to use speech marks. For example, “I want to be a hero!” announced Ruskin. becomes Ruskin announced that he wanted to be a hero . Notice these things: 1. You have to write reported speech in the past tense . 2. The word that is important. “I like your tie!” commented Hamza. Hamza commented that he liked my tie. Now change these; 1. “This work is easy!” exclaimed Zia. 2. “I want to go home,” pleaded Mr Staiger. 3. “It’s playtime,” announced Ms Foley. 4. “I know the answered,” Samantha whispered to Alisha. 5. “I want children to work hard,” demanded the strict teacher. 6. “I’m too tired to carry on,” complained Arsalan. Now create some of your own
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Direct to Reported Speech. We can report what somebody says without needing to use speech marks. For example, “I want my breakfast!” demanded Hammad becomes Hammad demanded that he wanted his breakfast . Notice these things:
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