# Reported Speech

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This lesson contains 24 slides, with interactive quizzes and text slides.

Lesson duration is: 50 min

## Items in this lesson

#### Slide 1 -Slide

Plan for today

Reported speech: instruction

Reported speech: teacher-led practice

Reported Speech

#### Slide 3 -Slide

At the end of this lesson I will:

- know the difference between direct and reported (indirect) Speech.
- know which types of words I need to change when rewriting from direct to indirect speech
- have practised rewriting from direct to indirect speech together with the teacher and the rest of the class.

#### Slide 4 -Slide

What do are the differences between 1 & 2 in the next slide?

#### Slide 5 -Slide

1:
2:
"It is cold here."
She said it was cold there
"We won our match yesterday."
They said they had won their match the day before
The teacher said he would help me
"I have written a book."
He said he had written a book.
"We have been working too hard today."
They said they had been working too hard that day.
I'm going to do my homework tonight.
She said she was going to do her homework that night

#### Slide 6 -Slide

What are the differences between 1 and 2?

#### Slide 7 -Mind map

Direct speech:
Indirect speech (reported):
"It is cold here."
She said it was cold there
"We won our match yesterday."
They said they had won their match the day before
The teacher said he would help me
"I have written a book."
He said he had written a book.
"We have been working too hard today."
They said they had been working too hard that day.
I'm going to do my homework tonight.
She said she was going to do her homework that night

#### Slide 8 -Slide

We use reported speech (indirect speech) to repeat what someone has said.

Direct speech:
"We are trying to pay attention!"

Indirect speech:
They said (that) they were trying to pay attention.

#### Slide 9 -Slide

Which job uses reported speech a lot?

#### Slide 10 -Mind map

Past simple
Past continuous
Past perfect simple
Past perfect continuous
Future with would or was/were going to
Must
past continuous
future with will / am going to
Present continuous
Past simple
Past perfect simple
Present simple
Past perfect continuous
Present perfect simple
Present perfect continuous

#### Slide 11 -Drag question

Which things would you have to change in this sentence if you changed it to reported speech?
"I hate it here!"
She said ...
A
I / here
B
I / hate
C
hate / hear
D
I / hate / here

#### Slide 12 -Quiz

Which things would you have to change in this sentence if you changed it to reported speech?
"We haven't finished our homework yet!"
They said ...
A
We / haven't / our / yet
B
We / haven't / our
C
We / our / yet
D
We / haven't

#### Slide 13 -Quiz

Which is correct?
"I'm working hard."
He said....
A
...that he is working hard .
B
...that he was working hard.
C
...that he works hard.
D
...that he worked hard .

#### Slide 14 -Quiz

Which is correct?
"I will meet you all at school tomorrow."
She said...
A
She will meet us all at school the next day.
B
she will meet us all at school tomorrow.
C
she would meet us all at school tomorrow
D
she would meet us all at school the next day.

#### Slide 15 -Quiz

Which is correct?
"I haven't seen him since last night."
She said...
A
she hadn't seen him since the previous night.
B
she hadn't seen him since last night
C
she hasn't seen us since the previous night
D
she hasn't seen him since the previous night.

#### Slide 16 -Quiz

Which is correct?
"You must hand in your book reports next week!"
The teacher said.....
A
you have to hand in your book reports next week
B
we have to hand in our book reports the following week.
C
we had to hand in our book reports the following week.
D
we must hand in our book reports the next week.

#### Slide 17 -Quiz

Now try this one....
"I haven't finished my homework yet."
He said (that) ....

#### Slide 18 -Open question

"I am tired because I have been working too hard."
She said (that)....

#### Slide 19 -Open question

I know the difference between direct and reported speech
A
Yes
B
No
C
Sort of

#### Slide 20 -Quiz

I know which words I need to change when rewriting from direct to indirect speech
A
Yes
B
No
C
Sort of
D
Yes, but I need more practice.

#### Slide 21 -Quiz

Still hard?

Watch the video on the next slide and see if it helps.

On the slide after that, there are some more exercises. The link takes you to a page with quite a bit of choice.

We will come back to this in class. More than once.