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past perfect and indirect / reported speech

Past Perfect
  • Form: Had + Past Participle:

He had not seen her in 5 decades;

  • Use: 2 points in time: the one furthest away is the past perfect. The other one the past simple;

Example:

After they had gone to the restaurant he realised that he had forgotten his credit card.

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Past Perfect
  • Form: Had + Past Participle:

He had not seen her in 5 decades;

  • Use: 2 points in time: the one furthest away is the past perfect. The other one the past simple;

Example:

After they had gone to the restaurant he realised that he had forgotten his credit card.

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

Fill in the correct tense:
The dog ….. (to be) happy when I …… (to arrive) home because it ….. (to be) alone for 8 hours.
A
was / had arrived / was
B
Had been / had arrived / had been
C
was / arrived / had been
D
had been / arrived / was

Slide 2 - Quizvraag

Slide 3 - Video

Reported Speech
  • Reported speech = Indirect Speech
  • Direct Speech: 

      Something is said directly, sentence is between inverted commas "..."

  • The Prince said :  "I love you!"


Slide 4 - Tekstslide

Reported Speech or Indirect Speech

Reported / Indirect Speech: Something is said in an indirect way!


The Princess said: "I do not love the Prince."    


The Princess said that she did not love the Prince.

Slide 5 - Tekstslide

Reported Speech: Verb Tense Changes

* The  verb in Reported /  Indirect Speech is "further" back in time: e.g.


He said: "I hate you!"  

He said that he hated her.

They said: "We loved eachother once."  

They said that they had loved eachother once

He stated: "There has always been love between them."      

He stated that there had always been love between them.


Slide 6 - Tekstslide

Reporting verbs

Police said they had been searching for the missing child for two days.

told my parents I would always do my homework.


Other reporting verbs?


Said is never followed by a DO!

Told is always followed by a DO!

told, pointed out, explained, admitted, added, agreed, promised



Slide 7 - Tekstslide

Put the following sentences in reported speech.
"I was knocked down by a bus when I was 10."
(Start with: I said ..............)

Slide 8 - Open vraag

The busdriver stated:
"I did not have enough time to stop the bus.

Slide 9 - Open vraag

My mother said: "you must pay more attention when you are crossing the road."

Slide 10 - Open vraag