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Reported Speech Direct speech Reported speech Direct speech is the exact words someone said. To show the direct speech we put the words said in quotation marks. "I'll go to London," she said. Reported speech is the exact meaning of what someone said but not the exact words. We do not use quotation marks in Reported speech. She said she would go to London.
When the reporting verb is in the past, the verb tenses change as follows: Simple Continuous Perfect Perfect Continuous Present V/Vs am/is/areVing have/hasV3 have/has beenVing Past V2 was/were Ving hadV3 had beenVing Future willV will beVing will haveV3 will have beenVing Future-in-the-past wouldV would beVing would haveV3 would have beenVing
Statements Wh-Questions Yes-No Questions Commands/Requests/Suggestions Direct speech Reported speech He said, "I'll lend you my laptop.” He said (that) he would lend me his laptop. He said, "Where did they stay?" Hewanted to know/wondered where they had stayed. He said to me, "Have you got a bike?" He asked meif / whetherI had a bike. He said to me, "Come with me. “ He said to me, "Don't lie to me. " He said, "Let's go out. " He asked meto gowith him. He told menot to lieto him. He suggested going out.
Time words change as follows depending on the time reference: Direct speech Reported speech tonight, today, this week / month / year now yesterday, last night / week / month / year tomorrow, next week / month / year two days / months / years, etc. ago this / these here come that night, that day, that week / month / year then, at that time, immediately the day before, the previous night / week / month / year the following day / the day after, the following /next week / month / year two days / months / years, etc. before that / those there go
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