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  • This is everyday grammar, and I'm copy.

  • He said that this is everyday grammar and that he's coming.

  • What are you doing?

  • Oh, I thought you knew Recovering reported speech.

  • Oh, okay, Well, she's Macia reported Speech is telling others what another person has said.

  • For example, he said that this is everyday grammar and that he's cav.

  • A.

  • He is, the subject said is the reporting verb and everything else is the reported speech clause.

  • When trying to use reported speech, you need to keep in mind for simple things.

  • First, you need to choose a reporting verb and tense.

  • If you're reporting recent information, keep the reporting verbs in the present tense.

  • I'm hungry, he says.

  • He is hungry.

  • Second, if you're not reporting brand new information, you need to back shift.

  • The verb tense present becomes past, and the past becomes past perfect.

  • Third, you need to change the point of view.

  • In other words, I becomes he or she fourth you think to decide whether to use that, for.

  • If Bath is a conjunction and is optional, she says she is visiting Alice.

  • She says that she is visiting.

  • Alice used if to report a yes or no question.

  • Are you hungry?

  • She asked if I was hungry, and that's every day.

This is everyday grammar, and I'm copy.

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Everyday Grammar: Reported Speech

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/07/03
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