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Hi Friend's 😃 This video is about course overview of Direct and Indirect Speech. Direct Speech: Actual words will be there. There won't be any changes. When we use direct speech in writing, we place the words spoken between quotation marks (" ") and there is no change in these words. Indirect Speech: Reported or indirect speech is usually used to talk about the past. In reported Speech there will be changes in the tense of the words spoken. Reporting verbs like 'say', 'tell', 'ask', and we may use the word 'that' to introduce the reported words. Inverted commas are not used.

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Komala Valli V
M.Tech IT Graduate |3 years experience as Assistant Professor | Will make creative and clear notes

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mm plz answr provide krwa djye n option d dia krye
Neetu Rani
a year ago
Thank you Shweta for sharing your valuable thoughts with me..... yes....you solve the questions which I provided. This is for homework. when you solve them... kindly write down the answers in comment section. I will check them and then provide the answers.
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Shweta gupta
a year ago
ok thnkuuuu mam
Neetu Rani
a year ago
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madam unga video record panni Tnpsc general studies nu oru YouTube channel publish panranga
Komala Valli V
a year ago
😂 nan tha bro athu
Madhu Firoo
a year ago
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Mam... "Tnpsc General English" YouTube channel ungalodatha mam??
sis group 2 syllabus la indirect speech direct speech illa la??
Komala Valli V
a year ago
yeah iruku syllabus la
  1. Direct and Indirect Speech


  2. . Name: V.Komala Valli . Qualification: M.Tech IT o Experience : 3 Years as Assistant Professor o Hobbies: Reading Books, Listening Music Encourage Me : Like, Rate,Review and Share . Follow Me: https://unacademy.com/user/Koma aVa i


  3. Target Audience TNPSC Aspirants -TNPSC General English . SSC Aspirants . Banking Exam


  4. 1.Direct Speech 2.Indirect Speech 3.Rules of Direct Speech & Indirect Speech 4.Conversion of Direct Speech & Indirect Speech 5.Self Evaluation


  5. Let's Learn!