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4th material structure

Jun 23, 2015

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  • 1. 4th MaterialsReported Speech(Direct and Indirect Speech)
    YudhieIndra G S.Pd

2. STANDARD COMPETENCY
This course aims at able to understand some english structure for their use and form correctly.
3. Students understand the form and use of direct and indirect speech
BASIC COMPETENCY
4. Students are able to understand the reporting verbs and direct speech
Students are able to understand reporting verb and indirect speech
Students are able to do the exercises correctly
INDICATOR
5. Students study from grammar chart and its examples
Students listen to the teachers explanation about direct and indirect speech
Students learn from the grammar notes
Students rewrite the statements as indirect speech
LEARNING ACTIVITY
6. Reported speech divided into two groups:
Direct Speech
Indirect Speech
REPORTED SPEECH
7. Direct speech is a direct sentence from the speaker without a changing.
Usually direct speech using cite. The sentence begin with capital letter.
Example: She said, Dont leave me.
Dont leave me, She said.
DIRECT SPEECH
8. Indirect speech is a sentence that not directly which report speech tell again what talked by the first speaker.
Example:
David said, I write the letter. (Direct)
->David said that he wrote the letter.(Indirect).
INDIRECT SPEECH
9. VERBS FORM
Verb 1 -> Verb 2
Verb 2 -> Had + Verb 3
Is/ am-> Was
Are-> Were
Was/were -> Had been
Will-> Would
Can -> Could
Have -> Had
10. PRONOUNS FORM
I -> She / He
My -> His / Her
Me -> Him / Her
We -> They
Our -> Their
Us -> Them
11. TIME FORMS
1. Now -> Then
2. Yesterday -> The day before
3. Tomorrow -> The following day
4. Today -> That day
5. Tonight -> That night
6. Last week -> The week before
7. Two weeks ago -> Two weeks before
8. Next week -> The following week.
12. EXAMPLES

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