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REPORT SPEECH

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on 20 November 2012

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Transcript of REPORT SPEECH

THE MODALS VERBS AS MIGHT,
OUGHT TO, WOULD, COULD,
NOT CHANGE IN SOME SENTENCES EXAMPLE: REPORTED SPEECH SENTENCES POSITIVES AND NEGATIVE You can two tell some one else what tom said.
there are two ways of doing this:

You can repeat tom´s words (Direct speech)
Or you can use reported speech what is the most important topic. THANK YOU NOTE: TO FORM A SENTENCE WITH REPORT SPEECH
IS WRITE THE OPTIONAL PARTICLE THAT. NEGATIVE SENTENCES WHEN USING REPORTED SEPECH? Results DIRECT SPEECH We use reported speech, when we are saying, what other people say,
think or believe. Example: DIRECT SPEECH:

I´ am sick REPORT SPEECH:
Tom said that he was Sick. MARIA SAID THAT SHE WAS LAWYER

MARIA SAID SHE WAS A LAWYER STRUCTURE PAST SIMPLE
SUBJECT+VERB SAID + (THAT)+ SENTENCE THIS SENTENCE IT REALLY DEPENDS ON THE TIME IT IS THAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT,
IN REPORT SPEECH THE TENSES CHANGE AS WELL: IT IS THE SAME PROCESS AS THE POSITIVE SENTENCES WITH THE DIFFERENCE OF THE DENIAL OF THE AUXILIARY. TO MAKE SENTENCES WITH REPORTED SPEECH ARE GOING TO FIND THE POINTER WORD THAT RELATE TO SPECIFIC TIMES AND PLACES, THESE WORD ALSO SUFFER MODIFICATIONS EXAMPLE: DIRECT SPEECH:
SARA SAID:" I DON´T GO TO THE CINEMA". REPORTED SPEECH:
SARA SAID (THAT) SHE DIDN´T GO TO THE CINEMA. HE SAID:" I AM NOT SAD" REPORTED SPEECH HE SAID THAT HE WASN´T SAD RITA SAID:"I MIGHT DRIVE A CAR".

RITA SAID THAT SHE MIGHT DRIVE A CAR THE POLICEMAN SAID: "YOUNG PEOPLE OUGHT TO DRIVE MORE CAREFULLY"

THE POLICEMAN SAID THAT THE YOUNG PEOPLE OUGHT TO DRIVE MORE CAREFULLY. THESE SENTENCES ARE USED TO EXPRESS SOMETHING THAT ANOTHER PERSON DOES NOT BELIEVE OR THINK. Example: Patricia:"My mother will celebrate her birthday next week”.
Patricia said that her mother would celebrate her birthday the following week.
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