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Direct and Indirect Speech
Direct and indirect speech

HERE are two ways of making a report. if it consists of the actual (UM) words of the speaker, it is in the Direct Speech ; but if it does not consist of the actual  words of the speaker, and only couveys the full sense of what he said – it is in the Indirect Speech ; as,.. Readmore

Change in other words in direct and indirect speech


Some other words in the Reported Speech are also changed, as illustrated above, when a sentence is changed from the Direct into the Indirect Speech. The way in which these changes take place may well be grasped by comparing the sentences that follow... Readmore

Assertive sentences


Assertive Sentence, as explained makes a positive, negative or forcefull  statement or assertion. And when it is changed from the Direct into the indirect Speech. This may well be grasped  by comparing the sentences given below... Readmore

Interrodative sentences


An lnterrogative Sentence, is used for asking questions or making enquiries etc. And when it is changed from the Direct into the Indirect Speech. This may well be grasped By comparing the sentences given below... Readmore

Imperative sentences


An Imperative Sentence, as explained on introduction grammar Page  expresses a command or a request.. And when it is changed from the Direct into the Indirect Speech.  This may well be grasped by comparing the sentences given below... Readmore
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