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2. learnt the rules of narration according to tenses. the speaker is an Indirect Speech or Indirect Narration. He said that he had been teaming English. In our speech, we often speak to the other person of some thing that was said to us by somebody. In other words, we often report a speech whether ours or. Online + PDF exercises (worksheets) with answers and grammar rules. We do not change the past tense in spoken English if it is clear from the situation when.


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Narration, Direct and Indirect Speech, Change of Narration of different kinds of English sentences like Interrogative, Imperative, Negative etc. Components of the English language. English Grammar · English Alphabets. Narration Rules - Free download as Word Doc .doc), PDF File .pdf), Text Rules of Grammar Narration Tense chart for translation from Punjabi to English . G. Translate into English: 1. Είπε πως θα εργαζόταν σκληρά. 2. Με ρώτησε που δούλευα. 3. Μου είπε να υπογράψω τις επιστολές αµέσως. 4. Είπε πως θα.

Reported speech PDF rules Printable rules with examples to download for free. If we want to say what other people said, thought or felt, we can use the direct or indirect speech. The direct speech: The indirect speech: He said he liked it.

He thought that Irene was late. She hoped she would pass the exam. The indirect speech is typically introduced by verbs such as say, tell, admit, complain, explain, remind, reply, think, hope, offer, refuse etc.

He said that he didn't want it. She explained that she had been at the seaside. If these verbs are in the past tense, we change the following: Notes 1. I shall, we shall usually become would. I should, we should usually change into would.

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May becomes might. We have to change the pronouns to keep the same meaning of a sentence. Sometimes we have to use a noun instead of a pronoun, otherwise the new sentence is confusing. If we only make mechanical changes Kevin said he had killed them , the new sentence can have a different meaning - Kevin himself killed them.

This and these are usually substituted. Let's suppose that we talked to our friend Mary on Friday. And she said: If we report Mary's sentence on Sunday, we have to do the following: If we say: Mary said Greg had come yesterday , it is not correct, because it means that he came on Saturday.

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The time expressions change as follows. Note If something is said and reported at the same time, the time expressions can remain the same. On the other hand, if something is reported later, the time expressions are different in the indirect speech. Last week Jim said: Jim said he was playing this week.

Here usually becomes there. But sometimes we make different adjustments. At school: In Baker Street: Direct questions become reported questions with the same word order as statements.

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The reporting verb say changes into ask, want to know, wonder If is more common and whether is more formal. The commands, requests and advice mostly have the same form in English: In the direct speech we do not mention the person in the imperative. In the indirect speech the person addressed must be mentioned.

Tell can introduce statements, commands, requests or advice. The form is different, however. Mimi: "I might come. Steve: "I could fail. Mel: "I used to have a car. After wish, would rather, had better, it is time. Margo: "I wish they were in Greece. Matt: "I would rather fly. Betty: "They had better go. Paul: "It is time I got up. In if-clauses. Martha: "If I tidied my room, my dad would be happy.

In time clauses.

Joe: "When I was staying in Madrid I met my best friend. We do not change the past tense in spoken English if it is clear from the situation when the action happened.

We must change it, however, in the following sentence, otherwise it will not be clear whether we are talking about the present or past feelings. We do not usually change the modal verbs must and needn't. But must can become had to or would have to and needn't can become didn't have to or wouldn't have to if we want to express an obligation.

If the modal verb must does not express obligation, we do not change it.

B Pronouns We have to change the pronouns to keep the same meaning of a sentence. Sometimes we have to use a noun instead of a pronoun, otherwise the new sentence is confusing.

If we only make mechanical changes Kevin said he had killed them , the new sentence can have a different meaning - Kevin himself killed them. This and these are usually substituted. C Time and place Let's suppose that we talked to our friend Mary on Friday.

And she said: "Greg came yesterday. If we report Mary's sentence on Sunday, we have to do the following: Mary: "Greg came yesterday. If we say: Mary said Greg had come yesterday, it is not correct, because it means that he came on Saturday.

The time expressions change as follows. Sam: "She arrived last week. Julie: "He moved a year ago.

Note If something is said and reported at the same time, the time expressions can remain the same. On the other hand, if something is reported later, the time expressions are different in the indirect speech. Last week Jim said: "I'm playing next week.

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Here usually becomes there. But sometimes we make different adjustments. At school: "I'll be here at 10 o'clock," he said. In Baker Street: "We'll meet here.

Reported questions Direct questions become reported questions with the same word order as statements. The reporting verb say changes into ask, want to know, wonder If is more common and whether is more formal.

In the direct speech we do not mention the person in the imperative.Najmul Huda Imran.

The verb forms remain the same in the following cases: If we use the past perfect tense. Julie: "He moved a year ago. He asked me if I was so much busy. C, we are to change a passage narration. A comma is put after the reporting verb to separate No comma is put after the reporting verb. Remember, we wish Good morning, good evening, good night etc. A HONS.

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