Indirect Speech - Free PDF Worksheets

Indirect speech is when you report what someone else has said without quoting them directly. It's used to relay information in a more formal or polite manner. To use it, change the tense and pronouns as necessary, and often introduce it with verbs like "say" or "think." For example, "She said she was coming" (direct speech) becomes "She said she was coming" (indirect speech).

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