1. Indirect (Reported) Speech

    She said she could n't go to the party. "It might rain today." The weatherman said it might rain today. "You really ought to do your homework." The teacher said I really ought to do my homework. "You should be nicer to your sister." My mom said I should be nicer to my sister. An English-Zone.Com: Indirect Speech - Practice the verb changes in ...

  2. 100 Reported Speech Examples: How To Change Direct Speech ...

    Direct: "I will help you," she promised. Reported: She promised that she would help me. Direct: "You should study harder," he advised. Reported: He advised that I should study harder. Direct: "I didn't take your book," he denied. Reported: He denied taking my book. Direct: "Let's go to the cinema," she suggested.

  3. Reported Speech

    Watch my reported speech video: Here's how it works: We use a 'reporting verb' like 'say' or 'tell'. ( Click here for more about using 'say' and 'tell' .) If this verb is in the present tense, it's easy. We just put 'she says' and then the sentence: Direct speech: I like ice cream. Reported speech: She says (that) she likes ice cream.

  4. She said, "I am doing my home task now." Change into Indirect Speech

    Added an answer on November 24, 2021 at 9:37 pm. Indirect Speech: She said that she was doing her home task then. Explanation: When the reporting verb is in the past (said) and the direct speech is in the present continuous tense, then the indirect (reported) speech will change into the past continuous tense.

  5. Reported speech: indirect speech

    Reported speech: indirect speech - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary

  6. sentence construction

    Using "ought" in the first part of the sentence complicates this, because the somewhat archaic "ought" is used these days with an infinitive, but the nearly obsolete negative question form is still used as a pure auxiliary (notice the to here goes away): You ought to do your homework, oughtn't you (do your homework)?

  7. Transformation of Sentence: Direct & Indirect Speech

    He said to me, "Go there right now." - He ordered me to go there right then. My teacher said to me, "Obey your parents." - My teacher asked me to obey my parents. She said to me, "Please don't go there." - She requested me not to go there. He said to her, "Let's go home." - He suggested her that they should go home.

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  9. Indirect speech

    She said she was late. (=She said that she was late.) I thought I would get the job. Say or tell? The most common verbs we use in reported speech are say and tell. We must pay attention here. We say tell somebody something and say something (to somebody). They said me (that) they would help me. They told me (that) they would help me.

  10. Modal verbs: Have, Must, Need and Ought

    In its negative form, 'must not' or 'mustn't', it is used to say that something is forbidden. 'Must not' has a very different meaning to 'don't have to' or 'haven't got to'. "You must not put knives and forks in the microwave.". "You mustn't be late because the teacher is very strict about that.". However ...

  11. * Exercise 1: Write the reported sentence. Begin with the words given

    1. Hung said that he was watching TV then. 2. Lan said that she ought to do her homework then. 3. Mo said that his mother had just bought him a book. 4. She said to me that I had to come back home before 10. 5. Mai said that she liked roses. Ex2: 1. He asked Mo if Mo had done his homework the day before. 2. She asked me if the flat had central ...

  12. Bài tập câu tường thuật (reported speech) cơ bản & nâng cao [có đáp án]

    12. "I have just sent a letter to Hoa," Bella said. 13. "Do you like listening to music?" Alex asked. 14. "Which bike do you like best?" My brother asked me. 15. "Why don't you help Jack?" Jenny asked her. 16. "Can I pick you up at 8 p.m?" she asked. 17. "Where is the ideal place to go camping?" Nhung asked. 18.

  13. I) Complete the following sentences by using reported speech. ( Hoàn

    Câu 1: Nam said he was told to be at school before 7 . Câu 2: Thu said all the students would have a meeting the following week. Câu 3: Phong said his parents were very proud of his good marks. Câu 4: Lan told to Tam (that) Tam should stay at home and do the homework. Câu 5: Lien said to her brother (that) he ought to clean his room. Câu 6: The teacher said (that) all the homework has to ...

  14. mixed conditionals, alternatives to 'if', inversion

    If you 10 (do) it more often, your life would be much easier. We use zero and first conditionals to talk about possible situations, and we use the second and third conditional for hypothetical situations. Mixed conditionals are a combination of second and third conditional. Check our complete grammar explanation and do our three online exercises.

  15. CAE Sentence Transformations Flashcards

    Study with Quizlet and memorize flashcards containing terms like Mauro says he prefers to do his homework on his own RATHER Mauro says that ..... do his homework with other people., It is essential that the door is kept unlocked. SHOULD On no ..... locked., Simon really ought to make a decision about his future.

  16. Ought to

    Ought to - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary

  17. Chuyển sang câu gián tiếp 1. "I ought to do my homework now." Lan said

    1. Lan said she ought to do her homework then. 2. Mo said his(her) mother had just bought him(her) a book. 3. She told me I had to come back home before 10. 4. He asked Mo if she had done her homework the day before 5. She asked me if I smoked. 6. I asked her if the flat had central heating. 7. I asked the Landlady if there was a TV in the ...

  18. Câu tường thuật (câu gián tiếp)

    Unit 6: Viet Nam: Then and Now; Unit 7: Recipes and Eating Habbits; Unit 8: Tourism; Unit 9: English in the World; Unit 10: Space Travel; ... "I had already done my homework", Bob said. Quá khứ hoàn thành (Past Perfect) Ex: Bob said he had already done his homework. ... "You ought to take a break, Andrew." ...

  19. "You must do your homewwork every day", said Miss Lan to us ...

    1.Miss Lan told us that we had to do our homework everyday. 2.She told her daughter that she had to decide what she wanted to do. 3.My mother told me that i had to come there by 6a.m. 4.Lan told me miss Tham had to wash her clothes that afternoon.

  20. * Exercise 2 . Câu mệnh lệnh 1. "You have to come back home before 10

    `+` S + said to / told + O + that + S + V ( lùi thì ) `-` HTĐ `->` QKĐ : S + Ved / V2 `-` ought `->` ought ( Không thể lùi thêm ) `1`.She said to me that I had to come back home `2`.Lan said that she ought to do her homework then `3`.Mo said that she often got up at `6` `4`.Tom said that he always went to the market with his mother

  21. 50 Bài tập về Câu gián tiếp trong Tiếng Anh cực hay có lời giải

    Ex: "I had already done my homework", Bob said. Quá khứ hoàn thành (Past Perfect) Ex: Bob said he had already done his homework. 8.Tương lai đơn (Simple Future) Ex: "I'll buy it", Tom said. Tương lai ở quá khứ (Future in the past) Tom would buy it.

  22. Câu tường thuật (Reported Speech) là gì? Công thức và cách áp dụng

    He said: "Someone has stolen my bag." Had + Vp2. He said fthati someone had stolen his bag. Hiện tại hoàn thành tiếp diễn. Have/has + been + Ving. She said: "I have been waiting for you for 3 hours." Had + been + Ving. She said (that) she had been waiting for me for 3 hours. Tương lai đơn. Will/shall + V(bare) Lan said: "I will ...

  23. Exercise 6: Rewrite the sentences using question words- to ...

    16. "Who can I turn to for help with my homework now?" Phuc said. →. 17. "When should I break the sad news to him?" Hoa asked. →. 18. ‛When should I start the computer?' Nguyen asked his teacher. → Nguyen asked . 19. I don't really know what I should say in my graduation speech. Can you help me? → I don't really know . Can you ...