Reported Speech Worksheets To Print:
Reported Statements - Report back what you hear here. You will need to flex your journalistic muscles to make well thought out statements.
People's Statements - Take the quote and redirect it into a well reported thought that you may see published in a newspaper.
Present Tense Report - The first column is the reported speech of what was spoken. The right column
is what the people stated in present tense. Rewrite the present tense of what was detailed in the recount of it.
Lasso It! - Pull it all together and see what you have. This is a really nice way to approach reviewing these topics.
The Big Speech - Read the Speech Statements. Next, rewrite the statements as reported statements.
Reporting Back - More practice on a familiar topic for you. You will need to take into account the speakers in each instance.
Short Statements - These are short and sweet. When you put them in a reported form, they tend to grow quickly.
The Last Word... - Do you always try to get the last words in? Me too... These will direct you slightly differently as to who the main speaker is.
What Was Reported? - See what you get from this account. This is how a journalist would approach saying these statements.
Lots to Reports Back - What if you had multiple reports to read through? Would you approach this is a different way or just keep on pushing through?
Verb Tensing - Select the correct verb tense to complete the reported speech sentence. Write out the reported speech sentence.
Speech Sentences - We take apart pieces of a speech and create slightly complex sentences that push it forward.
Reports of Ninjas - Yes, Ninjas it is! They are all over the place. Aren't they supposed to be hiding?
What Speakers? - All of these statements are involved in a very active practice by all those included.