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Lesson 13 – Indirect Speech

Lesson 13 – Indirect Speech Lesson 13 – Indirect Speech Direct speech (quoted speech) and indirect speech (reported speech) are the two ways to report what someone else has said. In direct speech, we repeat the exact words spoken by someone with the quotation marks. In indirect speech, we do not use exactly the same… Read More »

Changing Direct Speech to Indirect Speech

Changing Direct Speech to Indirect Speech Changing Direct Speech to Indirect Speech Once we change direct to oblique speech, we often change the tense of the verbs from the current kinds to the previous types. The pronouns are affected too. Tenses of the verbs from the current types to the previous varieties. Easy current Easy… Read More »

Changes in Indirect Speech

Changes in Indirect Speech Changes in Indirect Speech Description Of Indirect Speech We make adjustments in time, locations, determiners, and many others when reporting the direct speech. Direct Speech Oblique Speech now then immediately that day tonight that evening final night time the earlier evening, the evening earlier than yesterday yesterday, the day earlier than… Read More »