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REPORTED SPEECH SONG 1973 by JAMES BLUNT worksheet

 

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  Worksheets with songs > Grammar songs > Reported speech song > REPORTED SPEECH SONG 1973 by JAMES BLUNT
REPORTED SPEECH SONG 1973 by JAMES BLUNT REPORTED SPEECH SONG 1973 by JAMES BLUNT

Students are presented with the lyrics of the song in Reported Speech. Before they listen to it, they have to turn the lyrics into DIRECT SPEECH to get the original of this beautiful song. My students always love and enjoy doing this sort of activity: grammar+music.

 Level:intermediate
 Age: 14-17
 Downloads:135

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Comments:


petranka
Lithuania

         posted by petranka
Thanks a lot!


petranka
Lithuania

         posted by petranka


hardcase
France

brillant! thanks so much!         posted by hardcase


laualso
Spain

         posted by laualso
Thanx a thrillion!!!


alihosi
France

         posted by alihosi
thanks!


mahema
Portugal

         posted by mahema
Thank you for sharing your excellent work!!!


teresapr
Portugal

         posted by teresapr
Great. Thanks:))


Terri Lawson
New Zealand

Thanks for sharing         posted by Terri Lawson


Terri Lawson
New Zealand

Thanks for sharing         posted by Terri Lawson


piet88
New Zealand

"Would" to talk about past habits or repeated actions         posted by piet88
This is great idea and a good way to use this song. Thanks. Just to clarify something for non-native speakers, when he sings "I would call you up every Saturday night" it is not an offer as it says in the reported speech on the worksheet. This is a good example of “would” to talk about past habits or repeated actions. It is the same as “I called you up every Saturday night” or “I used to call you up every Saturday night”. Unlike “used to” we can’t use “would” to talk about a past state. This British Council webpage explains it well: http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org/en/grammar-reference/past-habit- E2 80 93-used-towouldpast-simple