Reported Speech

I know everybody is very tired. However, we still need a final effort. I’m sharing a very short explanation of reported speech in English. There are also quite a few exercises to practise online. I hope it helps!

Reported Speech 1 at englishgrammarsecrets.com
Reported Speech 2 at englishgrammarsecrets.com

If any of these pages has “suspicious” adverts, please let me know.

On the other hand, if you are interested in a more thorough description, check this .pdf document which I prepared some years ago.

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6 thoughts on “Reported Speech

  1. Hello teacher, i liked your blog, is a very good learning, teaches you many characters, has structure of the blog, is very full, apart from that is well ordered and you can understand well what you put.

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  2. Hello Natalia. Thanks for your kind words. I’m glad you think this blog is a good idea. Now let me comment on a couple of things about your comment. Remember to use “I” instead of “i” and don’t forget to use “it” in front of “is a very…” or “teaches you…”, etc. We need a subject for every sentence we write in English. Also, use PUNCTUATION to start a new sentence before “apart from that”.
    All in all, your post can be understood. However, it lacks revision. See you in class.

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  3. Hello teacher I’ve been watching the blog anda I think it is a very good idea how it is structuresd and the order go so it is easy to find thing
    I also think in English and Spanish, It lacks a bit of drawing and color but for the rest is ok

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    • Hi Blanca! Thanks for reading my blog and writing what you think about it. I’ll try to make it a bit more colourful and add some images in the future so it is more visually appealing. See you in class!

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  4. Teacher this blog seems very interesting and above all very useful for us and other students also served us a lot because this is all we give in class

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    • Hi Siham. Thank you for your comment. As usual, you don’t like saying much, but it’s OK. At least, you completed your assignment. See you in class!

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