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Reported Speech

We use Reported Speech when we want to repeat what someone had previously said. A clear example of that is when you gossip about something you heard from another person…

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As you can see from the drawing, the Reported Speech is a structure we use continuosly when referring to something a person has said.

Forming & Using Reported Speech

To learn how to use and form the Reported Speech, you can use the links below:

Reported Speech – Perfect English Grammar

Reported Speech – Ego4u

Reported Speech – English Hilfen

What is Reported Speech? – My English Pages

Reported Speech 1 – British Council

Reported Speech 2 – British Council

Reported Speech Questions – British Council

How to use Say and Tell

Tense Changes

Reporting Verbs – Perfect English Grammar

Extra resource

Learn the Reported Speech in 90 seconds!!!!

Videos

Exercises

Say or Tell

Reported statements

Reported questions (Yes/No questions)

Reported questions (Wh questions)

Backshift and place expressions

Reporting Verbs

And now you are ready to start gossiping around!!! or either become the talk of the town!!!

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