1 When to use it: Sometimes
someone says a sentence.
2 Definition: Comunicate what someone else sais.
3 Structure: "DIRECT AND INDIRECT" We just put "She says" and then the sentence, for
example, She says she likes ice cream. Reported verbsis in the
past tense, then usually we change the tense in the reported
4 (Direct and reported speech) Past simple: I like ice cream/ She said (that) she liked
ice cream. Past continious; I am living in London/ She said she was living in london.
Past simple: I bougth a car/ She said she has a bought a car Or she said she bought a
car. Past continious: I was walking along the steet/ she said she has been walking
along the street. Present perfect: I haven't seen Julie/ She said she hadn't see Julie.
Past perfect: I had taken English lessons before/ She said she had taken English