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COMPUTERIZED SUPPLEMENT TO ENTERPISE 3. REPORTED SPEECH Reported Commands Reported Requests Reported Orders Reported Suggestions.

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1 COMPUTERIZED SUPPLEMENT TO ENTERPISE 3

2 REPORTED SPEECH Reported Commands Reported Requests Reported Orders Reported Suggestions

3 Lets fly the kite. Pull the strings harder! Keith suggested flying the kite. He told Paul to pull the strings harder. Unit 11/1Reported Speech

4 Unroll more strings. Dont let go of the kite! He asked Paul to unroll more string. He also told him not to let go of the kite. Reported SpeechUnit 11/1

5 EXERCISES Fill in the gaps with introductory verbs. Turn the sentences into reported speech.

6 Turn the following sentences into reported speech. Exercises 1Reported Speech 1. Be careful of the glass! The fire-fighter told them to be careful of the glass.

7 Turn the following sentences into reported speech. Exercises 1Reported Speech 2. Stand back! The fire-fighter told / ordered them to stand back.

8 Turn the following sentences into reported speech. Exercises 1Reported Speech 3. Bring the light nearer! The fire-fighter told / ordered them to bring the light nearer.

9 Turn the following sentences into reported speech. Exercises 1Reported Speech 4. Pass me an axe! The fire-fighter told / ordered them to pass him an axe.

10 Turn the following sentences into reported speech. Exercises 1Reported Speech 5. Go to the other side of the plane! The fire-fighter told / ordered them to go to the other side of the plane.

11 The people in the picture had a meeting yesterday in which they discussed some business matters. Read their comments and turn them into reported speech. Exercises 2Reported Speech 1. Tom: We should advertise on TV. Tom suggested advertising on TV.

12 The people in the picture had a meeting yesterday in which they discussed some business matters. Read their comments and turn them into reported speech. Exercises 2Reported Speech 2. Alison: Ill help you organise the meeting. Alison offered to help organise the meeting.

13 The people in the picture had a meeting yesterday in which they discussed some business matters. Read their comments and turn them into reported speech. Exercises 2Reported Speech 3. Alex: I can give you copies of the plan. Alex offered to give them copies of the plan.

14 The people in the picture had a meeting yesterday in which they discussed some business matters. Read their comments and turn them into reported speech. Exercises 2Reported Speech 4. Bob: Lets do some research on the subject. Bob suggested doing some research on the subject.

15 The people in the picture had a meeting yesterday in which they discussed some business matters. Read their comments and turn them into reported speech. Exercises 2Reported Speech 5. Nick: Ill give you all the details next week. Nick promised to give them all the details the following week.

16 The people in the picture had a meeting yesterday in which they discussed some business matters. Read their comments and turn them into reported speech. Exercises 2Reported Speech 6. Diana: Dont decide until you know the cost. Diana warned them not to decide until they knew the cost.

17 1. The doctor said to the patient, Come back to see me next week. The doctor told ________________________ ____________________________________ 2. The guard said to the driver, Stop! The guard ordered ______________ 3. He said, Shall we go for a walk? He suggested ______________ 4. She said to him, Please, dont leave me! She begged _________________ Turn the following sentences into reported speech. Reported Commands/Requests/OrdersExercises 3 the patient to go back and see him again the following week/the week after. the driver to stop. going for a walk. him not to leave her.

18 Turn the following sentences into reported speech. Reported Commands/Requests/OrdersExercises 3 5. Jenny said to Dave, Please help me with this. Jenny asked ___________________ 6. She said to him, Open the window, please. She asked ____________________ 7. Mother said, How about going for a drive? Mother suggested ______________ 8. She said, Lets eat now. She suggested ____________________ Dave to help her with it. him to open the window. going for a drive. eating immediately/then.

19 Reported Commands/Requests/OrdersExercises 4 Fill in the gaps with one of the verbs from the list below in the past simple. agree, invite, warn, accuse, boast, complain, insist, exclaim, remind, suggest, promise 1.Will you come to the ball? he said to her. He ______ her to go to the ball. 2.Im the best student in the school, he said. He _______ about being the best student in the school. 3.Yes, Ill lend you some money, he said to Jane. He ______ to lend Jane some money. invited boasted agreed

20 Reported Commands/Requests/OrdersExercises 4 Fill in the gaps with one of the verbs from the list below in the past simple. agree, invite, warn, accuse, boast, complain, insist, exclaim, remind, suggest, promise 4.What a beautiful dress she has! he said. He ________ that she had a beautiful dress. 5.He never buys me flowers, she said. She _________ that he never bought her flowers. 6.Lets go for a picnic, he said. He _________ going for a picnic. exclaimed complained suggested

21 Reported Commands/Requests/OrdersExercises 4 Fill in the gaps with one of the verbs from the list below in the past simple. agree, invite, warn, accuse, boast, complain, insist, exclaim, remind, suggest, promise 7.You stole the money, Tom said to Jim. Tom _______ Jim of stealing the money. 8.Dont forget to hang out the washing, she said to me. She ________ me to hang out the washing. 9.I promise Ill write to you, she said to him. She ________ to write to him. accused reminded promised

22 Reported Commands/Requests/OrdersExercises 4 Fill in the gaps with one of the verbs from the list below in the past simple. agree, invite, warn, accuse, boast, complain, insist, exclaim, remind, suggest, promise 10. You must finish the report, she said to him. She _______ on him finishing the report. 11. Dont touch the wet paint, Dad said to us. Dad ______ us not to touch the wet paint. insisted warned

23 Reported Commands/Requests/OrdersExercises 5 Report the sentences using the introductory verb in brackets. 1.Please, please dont go. (beg) She _________________ 2.Yes, Ill do the shopping. (agree) Paul _____________________ 3.It was me who took the dictionary, (admit) Mary ______________________________ __________________________________ 4.You broke the window. (accuse) The teacher __________________________ ________________ begged me not to go. agreed to do the shopping. admitted having taken the dictionary / admitted that she had taken the dictionary. accused me of breaking / having broken the window.

24 Reported Commands/Requests/OrdersExercises 5 Report the sentences using the introductory verb in brackets. 5.Dont forget to lock the door. (remind) Dad ________________________________ ________________________ 6.No, I didnt join the gym. (deny) Sam ________________________________ _________________ 7.Im sorry Im late. (apologise) Kim ____________________ 8.I wont go to the party. (refuse) Ben _____________________ reminded me to lock the door / reminded me that I should lock the door. denied joining the gym / denied that he (had) joined the gym. apologised for being late. refused to go to the party.

25 1. Visit me in hospital, Joan said to Colin. (ask) Joan ______ Colin to visit her in hospital. 2. Lets eat out this evening, Paul said to me. Paul _________ eating out that evening. 3. Please, please be careful, she said to him. She _______ him to be careful. 4. Dont go near the fire, Dad said to us. Dad ____ us not to go near the fire. 5. Be quiet! the commander said to the troops. The commander ______ the troops to be quiet. Fill in the gaps with the introductory verbs in the list. order, tell, ask, beg, suggest Reported Commands/Requests/OrdersExercises 6 asked suggested begged told ordered

26 REVIEW OF REPORTED SPEECH Reported Commands/Requests/ Orders To report commands, requests and orders we use introductory verbs followed by a to-infinitive, an -ing form or a that - clause depending on the introductory verb: e.g.promise+ to -inf advise+ sb + to -inf suggest+ -ing form

27 END OF UNIT 11 THANK YOU FOR YOUR WORK


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