Reported speech is how we represent the speech of other people or what we ourselves say. Read this article and find out more about reported speech.
We shift the tense used in Direct Speech one step back in Reported Speech. Read this article and find out what other changes are made in reported speech.
We can use reported speech to express orders, requests and advice. In this article, we’ll look at the typical structures and analyze the examples.
What are reported questions? Read this article to learn about reported questions: how they are used and how to change direct questions into reported ones.
Have you noticed that in formal speech or news people often use phrases like “It is believed that…” or the like? These are passive reporting structures.