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Direct and Reported Speech Turn the direct speech into reported speech.   1. “I hate you,” she whispered. 2. “Did you find it in the tunnel?” she asked. 3. “Let’s find the others,” he suggested. 4. “That’s not fair!” he exclaimed 5. She asked, “How did you know?” 6. “Mending the washing machine,” he said, “is a specialist occupation.” 7. “It’s the last football match of the season,” he moaned. 8. “Close the door, it’s freezing in here!” shouted Mum. 9. Mary said, “I’m going up to my room to watch the telly.” 10. “How many days are there until Christmas?” asked Mark.
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Unformatted text preview: Extension – Now check through your work. Make sure you have written your reported speech in the correct tense. Think back to the writing you did two weeks ago in sustained writing (when you met the mysterious person and they told you to confront your fear). Re-write this section of dialogue in your story, using reported speech. For example… I met a lady, who was wearing a hooded cloak and she told me to walk to the seashore. She said I had to walk along the rocks to the second cavern under the cliff…...
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EDUCATION 320 taught by Professor Professorlemont during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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