School council speech for kids

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Enter the terms you wish to search for. Daisy has just had an interview for a summer job. As you watch the video, look at the examples of reported speech. Then read the conversation below to learn more. Finally, do the grammar exercises to check you understand, and can use, reported speech correctly.

We use reported speech when we want to tell someone what someone said. So, direct speech is what someone actually says? Like ‘I want to know about reported speech’? Yes, and you report it with a reporting verb. He said he wanted to know about reported speech. I said, I want and you changed it to he wanted.

She said she was having the interview at four o’clock. Direct speech: ‘I’m having the interview at four o’clock. They said they’d phone later and let me know. Direct speech: ‘We’ll phone later and let you know. OK, in that last example, you changed you to me too. Yes, apart from changing the tense of the verb, you also have to think about changing other things, like pronouns and adverbs of time and place.

She said they had been the day before. He said he’d come the next day. I see, but what if you’re reporting something on the same day, like ‘We went yesterday’? Well, then you would leave the time reference as ‘yesterday’. You have to use your common sense. For example, if someone is saying something which is true now or always, you wouldn’t change the tense. She said that dogs can’t eat chocolate.

He told me that his hair grows really slowly. In reported questions we don’t use question forms after the reporting verb. Do you have any experience working with people? They asked if I had any experience working with people. They asked me what acting I had done.