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SPOKEN ENGLISH DAY-65(01-06-2016)
_Let's see the change of tense in direct speech to in direct speech_
TENSE CHANGE - IN - INDIRECT SPEECH
Present simple tense into Past simple Present Continuous tense into Past continuous Present Perfect tense into Pas perfect Present Perfect Continuous into Past perfect continuous Past simple into Past Perfect Past Continuous into Past Perfect Continuous Past Perfect into Past Perfect Future simple, will into would Future Continuous, will be into would be Future Perfect, will have into would have
DIRECT SPEECH. .............INDIRECT SPEECH
PRESENT SIMPLE changes into PAST SIMPLE
He said, “I write a letter” (D.S ).
He said that he wrote a letter. (I.D.S)
She said, “he goes to school daily” He said that she went to school daily.
They said, “we love our country” They said that they loved their country
He said, “he does not like computer”
He said that he did not like computer.
PRESENT CONTINUOUS changes into PAST CONTINUOUS
He said, “he is listening to the music” He said that he was listening to the music.
She said, “I am washing my clothes”
She said that she was washing her clothes. They said, “we are enjoying the weather”
They said that they were not enjoying the weather I said, “it is raining”
I said that it was raining.
She said, “I am not laughing”
She said that she was not laughing.
PRESENT PERFECT changes into PAST PERFECT
She said, “he has finished his work” She said that he had finished his work. He said, “I have started a job” He said that he had started a job.
I said, “she have eaten the meal”
I said that she had eaten the meal. They said, “we have not gone to New York.
They said that they had not gone to New York.
PRESENT PERFECT* CONTINUOUS changes into PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS
He said, “I have been studying since 3 O’clock” He said that he had been studying since 3 O’clock.
She said, “It has been raining for three days.”
She said that it been raining for three days. I said, “She has been working in this office since 2007”
I said that she had been working in this office since 2007.
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