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Title: Direct and Indirect Speech Rules with Examples


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Direct and Indirect Speech
Rules with Practice Questions
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Introduction
  • Reported Speech is also known as Direct and
    Indirect Speech or Narration. In Indirect Speech,
    we convey the speakers message in our own words.
    Thus, the message can be conveyed in 2 ways.
  • Direct Speech
  • Indirect Speech

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Introduction
Direct speech is known as repeating the exact
words spoken and Indirect speech is known as
reporting the words. There are certain rules to
make changes in a sentence from direct to
indirect speech.
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Changes in Modals
Direct- Indirect CAN Could May Might Must
Had to/ Would have to There is no change in
Could, Might, Should, Would, Ought to modals in
Direct and Indirect Speech.
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Changes in Tenses
Direct- Indirect Present simple Past simple -
Past perfect Present continuous Past
Continuous - Past perfect continuous Present
perfect Past perfect Future simple - Present
Conditional Future Continuous - Conditional
Continuous
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Changes in Place Time
Direct- Indirect Now - Then Here - There Today
That Day Tomorrow The Next Day Last week The
Previous Week This -That
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Changes in Place Time
Direct- Indirect Tonigh - That night Ago -
Before Thus So Hither Thither Come Go Hence
-Thence
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Changes in Pronouns
Direct- Indirect I- He/ She You
He/She/They We/They They Us Them Our Their
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