Peter said that he had to leave early. Peter: My sister has gone to Australia. Peter said that his sister had gone to Australia. Kate: I can't find a job. (can → could). Kate said that she couldn't find a job. Steve: I'll phone yo. will → would). but not 'he told to me', 'I told to Ann'. She said that she was tired. She said she was tired. 1. I've lost my watch. He said that he was learning Russian. 6. I don't feel very well. She said that she didn't feel very well. 7. We'll be home late. They said that they would be home late.
Peter asked him to show them round the city. Mr Dobson asked him not to call him up before that Wednesday. Mr Dodd asked the secretary to phone Mr Petrov. 4. "Please ask Mr Mitchell to wait for a little while," Mr Smith said to the secretary. 5. "Don't send the papers yet," he said to the secretary. 9. "Please try on these shoes the shop-assistant said to the customer.
John von Neumann (28 December 1903 – 8 February 1957) was a ewish mathematician, physicist, inventor, computer scientist, and polymath.
He told me he will be there at 8 . informative He said, How may I help you? – direct speech, fact She told me not to help her. – imperative She said to me, I love you! – direct speech, fact Here is another rule to remember: said/say + something told/tell + somebody something You say something You tell somebody something Megan said that. Megan told me not to wake her up. Ann said she wanted to stay at the party. Ann said to him that she wanted to go home. Mike said to me that he loved me. Remember!!!!
Peter said if I had enrolled for more than one class. Ann asked if I had seen Library. Peter said if I played rugby. Can you save Hangman by identifying what these words are? a. an album tilte b. food c. a movie title d. sports equipment. Proszę o rozwiazenie.
He said: I don’t feel well today. 3. Jane said: Do you have a headache, Sam? 4. Betsy said: Did you take your temperature, Sam? 5. Please, don’t smoke here, the doctor said. Kate told Jane: Sam fell down while skateboarding last week, but he didn’t hurt himself. John said to Sam: Has the doctor given you any medicine yet? 8. Ann said: Are you feeling better, Sam? 9. Kate said: Peter, pass this letter to Sam, please. 10. Peter said: I’m busy now, I’ll do it tomorrow. Keys: I. l. b; 2. d; 3. c; 4. d; 5. a. II. Sam said he had had a great fall the day before
I’ll phone you tomorrow,’ she said to Peter. Task 6. Put the sentences into reported speech. ‘Can you describe the attraction?’ the judge asked her. 2. The instruction manual told drivers: ‘Use cruise control for long-distance trips on the freeway. ‘Stop wasting the court’s time!’ the judge told him. ‘Don’t interrupt me when I’m speaking,’ she told her son. ‘Could you give me the name of a good lawyer?’ she asked her friend. ‘Can you call an ambulance?’ she asked her husband. Task 7. Turn the questions from direct into reported speech . Ollie said to Linda that he (ask) me to be his best man on Monday, but in fact he asked Grant. Pete told Francis he (bring up) by his grandparents but in fact he hadn’t at al. .
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