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Reported Speech. Examples. Ejemplos. Questions. Commands

  • Enviado por: Sara Martin Prado
  • Idioma: inglés
  • País: España España
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REPORTED SPEECH BY SARA

  • STATEMENTS: (said that)

  • CAMBIO DE TIEMPOS

    DIRECT SPEECH

    REPORTED SPEECH

    Simple Present

    Simple Past

    Simple Past

    Past Perfect

    Present Perfect

    Past Perfect

    will

    would

    FORMAS CONTINUAS

    am/are/is

    was/were

    was/were

    had been

    has been

    had been

    EXAMPLES

    from

    to

    Peter: "I work in the garden."

    Peter said that he worked in the garden.

    Peter: "I worked in the garden."

    Peter said that he had worked in the garden.

    Peter: "I have worked in the garden."

    Peter: "I had worked in the garden."

    Peter: "I will work in the garden."

    Peter said that he would work in the garden.

    Peter: "I can work in the garden."

    Peter said that he could work in the garden.

    Peter: "I may work in the garden."

    Peter said that he might work in the garden.

    Peter: "I would work in the garden."
    (could, might, should, ought to)

    Peter: "I would work in the garden."
    (could, might, should, ought to)

    FORMAS CONTINUAS

    Peter: "I'm working in the garden."

    Peter said that he was working in the garden.

    Peter: "I was working in the garden."

    Peter said that he had been working in the garden.

    Peter: "I have been working in the garden."

    Peter: "I had been working in the garden."

    EXPRESIONES DE TIEMPO

    this (evening)

    that (evening)

    today/this day

    that day

    these (days)

    those (days)

    now

    then

    (a week) ago

    (a week) before

    last weekend

    the weekend before / the previous

    weekend

    here

    there

    next (week)

    the following (week)

    tomorrow

    the next/following day


    2- QUESTIONS (asked me/him…)

    1-Question SIN question words (yes/no questions):


    Peter: "Do you play football?" - Peter asked me whether (if) I played football.

    Question CON question words:


    Peter: "When do you play football?" - Peter asked me when I played football

    3-COMMANDS (told me/her…)

    La forma es: tell +(not) to + infinitive.

    Affirmative commands

    Negative commands

    Father: "Do your homework."

    Teacher. "Don't talk to your neighbour."

    Father told me to do my homework.

    The teacher told me not to talk to my neighbour.

    • Las Reglas básicas en reported speech se resumen:

    • Los tiempos cambian de presente a pasado y de pasado a un pasado anterior

    • Las expresiones temporales cambian

    • Los pronombres (posesivos, personales…) cambian

    REPORTED SPEECH BY SARA