Faculty of Education and Communication Sciences
Secondary Academic Profesional School
Foreign Languages And Linguistics Department
Course : English Grammar
Teacher : Maria Elena Castro
* Aguirre Avalos, Roxana
* Graos Castro, R
English Grammar in Use
Raymond Murphy Contents
Present perfect (I have done) 2 Present perfect (I have done) and past simple (I did) 2 I will and I’m going to 3 Past continuous (I was doing) 4 Past continuous (I was doing) and past simple (I did) 4 Past perfect (I had done) 5
Reported Speech( EL ESTILO INDIRECTO)
El estilo indirecto, a diferencia del estilo directo, no utiliza las comillas y no necesita ser palabra por palabra. En general, cuando se usa el estilo directo, el tiempo verbal cambia. A continuación tienes un explicación de los cambios que sufren los tiemp
ACTIVITIES ON REPORTED SPEECH
1.CHOOSE THE CORRECT ANSWER.
1. I said that I ( don’t/didn’t, wasn’t) think their plan was good.
2. He said that he (would,can, was ) go to see that play soon.
3. He said that he( had,is,was) worked in Barcelona before he moved th
NOTES ON REPORTED SPEECH
DIRECT SPEECH Exact words someone said.
REPORTED SPEECH Exact meaning of what someone said, but not the exact words.´poiuyyuip´
A) The reporting verb (said, told) is in the present, future or present perfect
“The weather is hot” she says.
REPORTING PAST EVENTS
Changing of Tenses:
Direct Speech Indirect Speech
present => past
present perfect => past perfect
past => past perfect
past perfect => past perfect
modal => conditional I
will => would
can => co
REPÚBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA
MINISTERIO DEL PODER POPULAR PARA LA EDUCACIÓN
U.E.C. JESÚS ALFONSO LOBO
REPORTED SPEECH: PRESENT TENSE
Integrante: Lilian Lucena
Profesor: Luis Trujillo
Barquisimeto, Junio 2012
En la siguiente investigación se hace
REPORTED SPEECH: STATEMENTS
1. Rewrite the sentences in reported speech.
1. She goes out with her friends every night.
Sue´s father said that .................................................................................
2. I bought the tickets yesterday.
She said that
Peter said: “I'm tired”
Peter dijo: “Estoy cansado”
Peter said: “I'm looking for Mary”
Peter dijo: “Estoy buscando a Mary”
Peter said: “I've finished my homework”
Peter dijo: “He terminado mi tarea”
1) John:"Mandy is at home."
John said that Mandy was at home.
2) Max:"Frank often reads a book."
Max told me that Frank often read a book.
3) Susan:"I'm watching TV."
Susan said to me that she was watching TV.
4) Simon:"David was ill."
Simon said that David had been ill.
← Reporting Statements
← We use the Reported Speech (or Indirect Speech) when we are telling what someone says or said.
← The reporting verb may be in the Present or in the Past:
- if it is in the present tense, there are no tense changes.
- if i
Zero Conditional - (Type Zero) - Situación siempre verdadera
• If you freeze water, it turns into ice.
First Conditional - (Type I) - Situación real o posible
• If it rains today, I'll stay at home.
Second Conditional - (Type II) - Situación hipotética
• If I won the lottery, I would
EXERCISES FOR REPORTED SPEECH
I.- A) Report what the people say (CHANGE VERB TENSE)
1) Emily: "Our teacher will go to Leipzig tomorrow."
Emily said that â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦â¦
2) Helen: "I am writing a letter todayâ
Helen told me that â¦â¦â
Reglas para ejercicio de Reported Speech
[pic]Question Forms and Reported Speech
Question Forms and Reported Speech
1. Normal word order is used in reported questions, that is, the subject comes before the verb, and it is not necessary to use 'do' or 'did':
• "Where does Peter live?" [pi
GENERAL RULES FOR REPORTED SPEECH
Direct and indirect speeches are two ways used in reporting what someone has said. They are mostly used on spoken english. It is important to learn how the transformation goes so as to be accurate in your interactions with the others. The makeover of a direct utter
Indirect Speech (also referred to as 'reported speech') refers to a sentence reporting what someone has said. It is almost always used in spoken English.
• If the reporting verb (i.e. said) is in the past, the reported clause will be in a past form. This form is usually one step back into
Sede Regional Temuco
Facultad de Educación
Pedagogía en Inglés para Educación Básica y Media
Internet, television, better opportunities, globalization are words that people think when you talk about learning English language. Those words refl
Reported commands, affirmative sentences - Exercise 2
Explanation: Reported commands
Principio del formulario
|Finish the sentences using Reported speech. Always change the tense, although it is sometimes not necessary. |