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UNIT 38. Reportingwhat people say using NOUNs and ADJectives

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Transcript of UNIT 38. Reportingwhat people say using NOUNs and ADJectives

UNIT 38.Reporting what people say using
NOUN
s
and
ADJ
ectives

To report speakers
feelings or opinion
with
Adjectives (that clause)
adamant
agreed
annoyed +
that
clause
certain
grateful
insistent
To report words using
Adjectives
that clause
wh clause
Three ways of reporting people's words & thoughts by using noun
1. that clause
2. to infinitive
3. wh-word
Nouns followed by
that clause
acknowledgment, advice, allegation, announcement, answer, argument, claim, comment, conclusion, decision, explanation, forecast, guarantee, indication, observation, promise, recommendation, reply, speculation, statement, suggestion, threat, warning.
Nouns followed by
to infinitive
decision, encouragement, instruction, invitation, order, promise, recommendation, refusal, threat, warning
David Cameron did not admit allegations that he took possession of volunteer's earning.
Nouns followed by
wh - clause
We can also use that clause some of them
I heard his decision to start new business in London.
explanation, discussion, issue, problem, question
+ of
(of is added generally)
Obama was invited to the
discussion

of

how
1st world countries get involved into military regime in Afghanistan
as to + wh
(to introduce subject of a question)
The teacher tells her observations as to what kind of students behave gently.
The cat is disappointed that no one can understand him
Adjectives that express uncertainty are used with
wh clause
doubtful
uncertain
unsure
The following example
The police officer is doubtful whether the prisoner rushed into room by breaking the window
It is time for practice
Thank you (without applause!)
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