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Reported Speech

Theoretical background to learn reported speech.
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Monika Izbaner

on 16 November 2013

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Transcript of Reported Speech

Tense change
Time & place change
Monika Izbaner
present simple
past simple
present continuous
past continuous
past simple
past perfect
past continuous
past perfect continuous
present perfect
past perfect
present perfect continuous
past perf continuous
future simple
would
going to (future)
was going to
can
could
must
had to (obligation)
must (probability)
now
tonight
yesterday
tomorrow
this morning
last week
next Saturday
ago
here
this
then
that night
the day before
the following day
that morning
the previous week
the following Saturday
before /previously
there
that
Verbs used in reporting
infinitive
advise agree decide
encourage invite
offer promise refuse
warn sb (not to..)
remind persuade order
ask tell beg
gerund
accuse of apologise for
complain about
insist on
recommend suggest
warn against deny
that clause
agree complain
decide insist
recommend
suggest (+should)
announce boast
claim admit deny
I High School in Bydgoszcz
Reported Speech
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