Reported speech consequences Pre-Intermediate

Instructions: Write in the gap below and fold the paper so that the next person cannot see what you have written. Pass it to the next person in a clockwise direction. Do the same with the one you receive. Continue until you have filled the last gap in one, then pass it one more time and read out the one you receive with your partner. One person should take the part of the man and one person should read out the parts of the woman, all converted into direct speech. Does any of the dialogue make any sense?

A man and a woman met in ___________________________
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He told her that she was ___________________________________________________
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She answered that ____________________________________________________
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He asked her why she was _____________________________________________
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She asked said that she had ____________________________________________
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He said that he wanted to ____________________________________________________
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She told him to ________________________________________
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He asked when she would _______________________________________________
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She said that she had never _____________________________________________
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He asked her to ______________________________________________________
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She ____________________________________ him
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PDF version for easy saving and printing: Reported speech chain story Pre Intermediate

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2 Responses to Reported speech consequences Pre-Intermediate

  1. Lourdes says:

    Thank you for helping us to have variety in our classes. Good production stage activity.

  2. Nor says:

    Dear Mr Alex Case, thank you very much. It is great!

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