What is Direct And Indirect Characterization? If it comes to using English on an everyday basis, discussing what people say or have been telling you will come up often!
There’s a fine art to it. Read for more about how you can use indirect and direct forms of speech properly. Early School Learners lessons for instructors of the English language for teachers of the English. Explore our lesson plans collection that are categorized under the grammar topic ‘Determiners.
- Determiners that can be counted and uncountable nouns
- Email and Telephoning- Determiners Pair work
- Email- Determiners Pair work
- Social Issues- Discuss and Agree Determiners Practice
- This & That Slapping Game
- Lesson Plans: Direct & Indirect Speech
Early School Learners lessons for instructors of the English language for teachers of the English. Explore our lessons plans collection in the ‘Direct and Direct Speech’ subject.
- Business English- Reporting Verbs in Taking Minutes
- Direct and Indirect Questions- Simplest Responses Game
- Direct, Indirect and Taboo Small Talk Questions
- Indirect Questions Dice Game
- Indirect Speech- Reporting Verbs Sentence Completion Games
- Reported Questions Games
- Reported Speech Discussion Questions
- Reported Speech Memory Challenge
- Reported Speech- Bluffing Game
- Reported Speech- Extended Speaking
- Direct/Reported Speech Practice Words for celebrations and festivals
- Reporting Verbs- the Same or Different
- Verb Patterns and the Reporting of Verb Activities Lesson Plans: Discourse
- ESL teacher lesson plans designed for teachers of the English language.
- Academic English Discussions- Cultural Differences and Useful Phrases
- Business English- Describing Your Company and Job- Longer Speaking Games
- Business English is too formal or casual for the majority of emails for business.
- Concession and Contrast Linkers- Card Games
- How many have plurals that are irregular?
- Presentations- Surveying the Audience
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It is important to use both indirect and direct speech often when using English So ensure you’re comfortable with both and make them work!
A great way to get into the habit of practicing is to keep a small journal of what’s been said in your environment – write down what people have spoken about, and attempt to write down an example in each format.
English Collection for You
|Adjectives and Adverbs|
|Active and Passive Voice|
|Class XI1 – Balochistan Textbook Board|