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Man leaves wife at petrol station A Macedonian man drove six hours across Italy at the start of his holiday before he noticed teat he had forgotten something.

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1 Man leaves wife at petrol station A Macedonian man drove six hours across Italy at the start of his holiday before he noticed teat he had forgotten something – hi wire. Ljubomir Ivanov left her a t a petrol station when he stopped ot fill up with petrol, and didn’t realize his mistake until he got a call form the police o his mobile phone. ‘Are you Ljubomir Ivanov?, they asked. ‘Yes, I am he said. What’s the matter?’ ‘Where are you?’ ‘I’m in Germany’ ‘Well your wife is waiting for you at a petrol station near Pesaro in central Italy.’ ‘I was very tired and not thinking,’ Ivan told reporters later.’Sshe usually sits in the back seat so I didn’t notice that she wasn’t there.’ Mr. Ivanovo immediately drove back to Pesaro to pick up his wife so that they could continue their holiday. ‘I’ll have to apologize a lot when I see her,’ he said.

2 ‘Are you Ljubomir Ivanov?, they asked. ‘Yes, I am he said. What’s the matter?’ ‘Where are you?’ ‘I’m in Germany’ ‘Well your wife is waiting for you at a petrol station near Pesaro in central Italy.’ ‘I was very tired and not thinking,’ Ivan told reporters later.’ She usually sits in the back seat so I didn’t notice that she wasn’t there.’ ‘I’ll have to apologize a lot when I see her,’ he said. §§§§§ The police asked the man if ___ ___ Ljubomir Ivanov and he said that ___ ___. Then they asked him ___ ___ ___ and he told ___ that ___ ___ in Germany. He later told police that he ___ ___ that his wife wasn’t there because she usually sat in the back seat. He said that he ___ ___ to apologize a lot when he saw her.

3 ‘Are you Ljubomir Ivanov?, they asked. ‘Yes, I am he said. What’s the matter?’ ‘Where are you?’ ‘I’m in Germany’ ‘Well your wife is waiting for you at a petrol station near Pesaro in central Italy.’ ‘I was very tired and not thinking,’ Ivan told reporters later.’ She usually sits in the back seat so I didn’t notice that she wasn’t there.’ ‘I’ll have to apologize a lot when I see her,’ he said. §§§§§ The police asked the man if he was Ljubomir Ivanov and he said that he was. Then they asked him where he was and he told them that he was in Germany. He later told police that he hadn’t noticed that his wife wasn’t there because she usually sat in the back seat. He said that he would have to apologize a lot when he saw her.

4 No, you can’t have your ball back! A football team have threatened to sue a neighbour because he refused to give back their balls. Appledore FC have kicked 18 balls over Paul Vose’s garden wall, and they’re now all locked inside his shed. Gary Ford, the coach of the team, says: ‘His garden is eight metres from the back of the goal. Some balls are bound to go over the wall.’ But Voxe blames the players, ‘They should learn to shoot better. Which reporting verb is used for these sentences? ‘We’re going to take you to court!’ threaten ‘I’m not going to give them back!’ _______ ‘They should learn to shoot better.’

5 No, you can’t have your ball back! A football team have threatened to sue a neighbour because he refused to give back their balls. Appledore FC have kicked 18 balls over Paul Vose’s garden wall, and they’re now all locked inside his shed. Gary Ford, the coach of the team, says: ‘His garden is eight metres from the back of the goal. Some balls are bound to go over the wall.’ But Voxe blames the players, ‘They should learn to shoot better. Which reporting verb is used for these sentences? ‘We’re going to take you to court!’ threaten ‘I’m not going to give them back!’ refuse ‘They should learn to shoot better.’ blame

6 reporting verbs accuseadmitadviseagree convincedenyinsist invite offerpersuadepromiserefuse regret remind suggest threaten

7 1.You sit down. I’ll do it.offer 2.No, I won’t do it.___ 3.Ok, I’ll do it.___ 4.I’ll do it, believe me.___ 5.Don’t forget to do it!___ 6.I think you should do it.___ 7.Would you like to do it?___ 8.I didn’t do it!___ 9.Yes, it was me. I did it.___ 10.I wish I hadn’t done it.___ 11.Let’s do it.___ 12.You did it!___

8 1.You sit down. I’ll do it.offer 2.No, I won’t do it.refuse 3.Ok, I’ll do it.agree 4.I’ll do it, believe me.promise 5.Don’t forget to do it!remind 6.I think you should do it.advise 7.Would you like to do it?invited 8.I didn’t do it!deny 9.Yes, it was me. I did it.admitted 10.I wish I hadn’t done it.regretted 11.Let’s do it.suggested 12.You did it!accused

9 1.You sit down. I’ll do it.offer to do it. 2.No, I won’t do it.refuse 3.Ok, I’ll do it.agree 4.I’ll do it, believe me.promise 5.Don’t forget to do it!remind me to do it 6.I think you should do it.advise 7.Would you like to do it?invited 8.I didn’t do it!deny doing it. 9.Yes, it was me. I did it.admitted 10.I wish I hadn’t done it.regretted 11.Let’s do it.suggested 12.You did it!accused him of doing it.

10 reported speech Direct speechReported speech The hotel is near Broadway. You will have a wonderful time. The rooms were decorated. You told us that the hotel was near Broadway. You said that we would have a wonderful time. The brochure said that the rooms had been redecorated.

11 Direct speechIndirect speech I don’t like New York. I’m staying in the Hilton. You’ll have a wonderful time. I’m going to buy some jeans. I’ve been to Chicago twice. I saw a Broadway shoe. She said she … He told me he … They said I … She said she … He told me he … She said she …

12 Direct speechIndirect speech I don’t like New York. I’m staying in the Hilton. You’ll have a wonderful time. I’m going to buy some jeans. I’ve been to Chicago twice. I saw a Broadway show. She said she didn’t like … He told me he was staying in … They said I would have a … She said she was going to be busy… He told me he had been to … She said she had seen a …

13 rules for tense change Direct speechIndirect speech present simple present continuous will + infinitive is/are going to present perfect past simple

14 rules for tense change Direct speechIndirect speech present simple present continuous will + infinitive is/are going to present perfect past simple past continuous would + infinitive was/were going to past perfect

15 use reported speech when you talk about what somebody said or what you read. 1. might, could, would, should, and ought to stay the same. 2.Certain time expressions often change: today – that day; tomorrow – the next day next week – the following week last week – the week before this – that ; here - there

16 The plane took off at She said… We won’t be able to pay until next week. They said… She left the hotel at ten twenty. The receptionist said … I’m taking my holidays in August. Kate said … I’ve never seen anything like ti. He said … You can’t take photos here. The guide told them… The lift doesn’t go to the top floor. The receptionist said… You should get to the airport early. The travel agent told them …


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