Have you had a bad experience at a restaurant or bought a faulty item from a hop and wanted to complain?
Check out this British website. Read its short article about advantages and disadvantages of different ways of complaining and tell me about a time when you had to complain about something.
This image is a great resource. It helps students remember the purpose of each punctuation mark. It can be hung in the classroom or given to students, and it instantly becomes a great resource for students.
So, which punctuation personality are you?
In this video, students learn:
– what is quoted speech and reported speech
– the differences between indirect speech and direct speech
– the correct use of punctuation marks in quoted speech and reported speech
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2. Complete the activity.
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You were just introduced to quoted speech and reported speech, and now you’d like to practice your skills with these new grammar concepts. No fret, my pet! I have listed several practice activities below that will help you master the basics of quoted and reported speech. I recommend completing at least two of these activities. Also, don’t forget to go comment below with your progress and any questions you have.
PRACTICE ACTIVITIES FOR QUOTED/REPORTED SPEECH
Quoted Speech vs. Reported Speech Exercise 1: Click on the DOWNLOAD NOW button for this proofreading exercise by ESL in Style.
Video Practice with Hilary Swank in Freedom Writers.
More Video Practices
When do we use passive voice? Watch this video and find out.