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3 Today’s Lesson : [Narrating style in a passage from Direct to Indirect.]

4 Objectives :  Identify the reporting verb and it’s reported speech & speeches.  Change the Narration from direct to Indirect. Objectives :  Identify the reporting verb and it’s reported speech & speeches.  Change the Narration from direct to Indirect.

5 Now read the passage very carefully& follow the reportinv verb & reported speeh "Jamil can you tell me what I am teaching?" the teacher said. "I am sorry, I can't follow," replied Jamil. "You can't because you are not attentive," the teacher said. R. verb R.Speech f R. verb R. Speech R. verb

6 Now match the reported speeches withe their reporting verb from the passage "Jamil can you tell me what I am teaching?" the teacher said. "I am sorry, I can't follow," replied Jamil. "You can't because you are not attentive," the teacher said.

7 The teacher jamil tell what teachein. Jamil replied that sorry and that follow. The teacher said that I couldn’t because not attentive. if asked couldhehimhe was he was added hecouldn’t he was

8 The teacher asked jamil if he could tell him what he was teachein. Jamil replied that he was sorry and added that he couldn’t follow. The teacher said that I couldn’t because I was not attentive.

9 Home work Change the following direct speech to Indirect speech The man said to the manager, "May I come in, sir?" "yes, come in. What do you want?" said the manager. "I want to open a bank account in your bank, "said the man. "Can you tell me how I can open a saving account?"

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