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A veces se usa "that" en las frases afirmativas y negativas para introducir lo que ha dicho la otra persona. a diferencia del estilo directo.("Voy a Londres la semana que viene. he asked. no utiliza las comillas y no necesita ser palabra por palabra.") Chris asked. Would you like to have dinner with me tomorrow night? Chris asked. . Alice said. ("Tienes un bolígrafo que puedas prestarme. En general.) Alice said." ella dijo. utilizamos el estilo directo. "I love to dance. "I am going to London next week. en las frases interrogativas se puede usar "if" o "whether". "Do you have a pen I could borrow. cuando se usa el estilo indirecto. A continuación tienes un explicación de los cambios que sufren los tiempos verbales.) Do you have a pen I could borrow.Cuando queremos comunicar o informar de lo que otra persona ha dicho. Direct Speech (El estilo directo) Cuando queremos informar exactamente lo que otra persona ha dicho. "Te gustaría cenar conmigo mañana por la noche?") Reported Speech (El estilo indirecto) El estilo indirecto. "Would you like to have dinner with me tomorrow night?" (Chris preguntó. Con este estilo lo que la persona ha dicho se coloca entre comillas y deberá ser palabra por palabra." she said. I love to dance. Ejemplos: I am going to London next week." he asked. hay dos maneras de hacerlo: utilizando el estilo directo o el estilo indirecto." (Alice dijo. el tiempo verbal cambia." él preguntó. Por otro lado. she said. "Me encanta bailar.

He told me they had gone to the movies last night. Mary said. Past Continuous She said Dan was living in San Francisco. I'm happy to see you. he said. Mary said that she was happy to see me. Past Simple We went to the movies last night.Direct Speech Present Simple He's American she said. I didn't go to work yesterday." he said. He asked. . I'm making dinner. He asked. Mary said. Reported Speech Past Simple She said he was American. "Why are you working so hard?" they asked. She said Dan was living in San Francisco. They asked me why I was working so hard. He asked me if I was busy tonight. "Dan is living in San Francisco." she said. Why are you working so hard? They asked. "I'm making dinner" He told me that he was making dinner. He asked me if I was busy tonight. Greg said that he hadn't gone to work yesterday. she said. Past Perfect Simple He told me they had gone to the movies last night. "He's American" she said. "We went to the movies last night. Greg said. "I'm happy to see you". "Are you busy tonight?" Present Continuous Dan is living in San Francisco. He told me that he was making dinner. He said. Are you busy tonight? Mary said that she was happy to see me. He said. She said he was American. They asked me why I was working so hard.

Vicki said. They said. He asked. They said they hadn't been to China. He asked if I'd been sleeping when he called." Greg said that he hadn't gone to work yesterday. "Did you buy a new car?" she asked. Heather told me that she'd already eaten. They said. "I was working late last night. they said. Heather said. I've already eaten." We haven't been to China. "We haven't been to China. She asked me if I had bought a new car." He asked. "Were you sleeping when I called?" Present Perfect Simple Heather said. Were you sleeping when I called? They said that they hadn't been waiting long. "I've already eaten. Past Perfect Simple Heather told me that she'd already eaten. "We weren't waiting long.Greg said. She asked me if I had bought a new car. Did you buy a new car? she asked. They said they hadn't been to China. "I didn't go to work yesterday. They said that they hadn't been waiting long. He asked if I'd been sleeping when he called. Have you worked here before? I asked. ." they said. Past Continuous I was working late last night. Vicki told me she'd been working last night." Vicki said. We weren't waiting long. Past Perfect Continuous Vicki told me she'd been working last night. I asked her whether she'd worked there before.

he said. year now. "I'd been dancing for years before the accident. Past Perfect Continuous He said he'd been studying English for two years." he said. They asked whether I'd been waiting long. We've been dating for over a year now." She said she'd been dancing for years before the accident. Ejemplos: . Steve said. "I'd been to Chicago before for work. Past Perfect Simple (*NO CHANGE) He said that he'd been to Chicago before for work. he said. Present Perfect Continuous I've been studying English for two years. They asked whether I'd been waiting long. I'd been dancing for years before the accident. He said he'd been studying English for two years. She said. Nota: Cuando hablamos de algo que no ha cambiado (todavía es verdad) o que es en el futuro. Steve told me that they'd been dating for over a year. Past Perfect Continuous (*NO CHANGE) She said she'd been dancing for years before the accident. I asked her whether she'd worked there before. "I've been studying English for two years. no tenemos que cambiar el tiempo verbal. Past Perfect Continuous She said. "We've been dating for over a Steve told me that they'd been dating for over a year. He said that he'd been to Chicago before for work. Steve said." Have you been waiting long? they asked."Have you worked here before?" I asked. Past Perfect Simple I'd been to Chicago before for work." he said. "Have you been waiting long?" they asked.

Nina said she is cutting her hair tomorrow. Can Debra said. Dave said Kelly is sick. Nina said. "I'm 30 years old. "I'll cut my hair tomorrow. They said they are going to Tokyo next week. She said she is 30 years old. Indirect Speech Would John said he would go to the movies tomorrow. John said he would go to the movies tomorrow. "Will you help me move?" she asked." they said. "Kelly is sick. Modal Verbs (Los verbos modales) El tiempo verbal cambia en el estilo indirecto también con algunos de los verbos modales: Direct Speech Will I'll go to the movies tomorrow. John said." she said. Could Debra said Allen could work tomorrow. → Nina said she is cutting her hair tomorrow. Dave said." Nina said.I'm 30 years old. Kelly is sick. → They said they are going to Tokyo next week. Allen can work tomorrow. She asked me if I would help her move. she said. Will you help me move? she asked. they said." → Dave said Kelly is sick. She asked me if I would help her move. . "I'll go to the movies tomorrow." John said. "We are going to Tokyo next week. Dave said. → She said she is 30 years old. I'll cut my hair tomorrow. We are going to Tokyo next week.

What shall we do tonight? she asked.Debra said. Should Tom asked if we should go to the beach today. please? he " asked." Shall Shall we go to the beach today? Tom asked. May She asked me what we should do tonight. Jane said. mom said. "Can you open the window. She said I had to work tomorrow. I may not be in class tomorrow. "You must work tomorrow. Had to My mom said I had to wear my seatbelt. Must You must wear your seatbelt." May I use the bathroom. please?". She asked me what we should do tonight. Can you open the window. Might/Could Jane said she might not be in class Jane said. . She said. "Shall we go to the beach today?" Tom asked. You must work tomorrow. Debra said Allen could work tomorrow. "What shall we do tonight?" she asked. "I may not be in class tomorrow. "You must wear your seatbelt. "Allen can work tomorrow. She said." mom said. he asked. He asked me if I could open the window. tomorrow. Tom asked if we should go to the beach today. The boy asked if he could use the bathroom. My mom said I had to wear my seatbelt. please? Jane said she might not be in class tomorrow. He asked me if I could open the window. She said I had to work tomorrow.

"Do you like to dance?" (Ella dijo.) I need your help. please?" the boy asked. ("Necesito tu ayuda. Nota: Con "would". aunque en general usamos "say" para "decir algo" y "tell" para "decir algo a alguien. "I need your help. Ejemplos: Estilo directo I'm hungry. Si queremos usar "say" con un objeto personal. el tiempo no cambia." he said.) Glen said to Mike that he needed his help. pero en inglés se usan estos verbos de maneras distintas. Do you like to dance? She said." Glen dijo a Mike. (Glen dijo a Mike que necesitaba su . "might" y "ought to". (Él dijo que tenía hambre. Say vs." Say Se usa "say" en el estilo directo y el indirecto. "should". Tell En español podemos traducir "say"o "tell" como "decir"." Glen said to Mike. Hay unas reglas que indican el uso de uno sobre el otro en inglés. Glen said to Mike that he needed his help.) She said. The boy asked if he could use the bathroom. "¿Te gusta bailar?") Estilo indirecto He said he was hungry."May I use the bathroom. he said. "could". Glen said to Mike. "I'm hungry. necesitamos usar el preposicion "to". He said he was hungry. ("Tengo hambre." él dijo.

aunque el uso con el estilo directo no es tan común. "Deja de quejarte. He told me that he was hungry. "I need your help. (Glen dijo a Mike que necesitaba su ayuda.") Glen told Mike.ayuda. Se usa "tell" con ordenes o instrucciones. I need your help. Ejemplos: I told him Stop complaining. I told him. "Stop complaining.") Estilo indirecto He told that he was hungry. She asked me if I liked to dance." (Le dije. (Me dijo que tenía hambre. "I'm hungry. He told me.) She asked me if I liked to dance." (Glen dijo a Mike." (Me dijo. Glen told Mike that he needed his help.) Glen told that he needed his help. Glen told Mike. Ejemplos: Estilo directo He told. Cuando usamos "tell" necesitamos usar un objeto indirecto que va detrás del verbo. (Me preguntó si me gustaba bailar.") .) Tell También se puede usar "tell" con el estilo directo y el indirecto. "Necesito to ayuda. "Tengo hambre.) Otros usos de "tell": 1. I need your help.

Con la verdad y las mentiras. Usamos "tell" con el tiempo o la fecha.) 4. He told us a great story. ("Dime la verdad.) Tell me a joke. se puede traducir "tell" como "contar" en español." she said. Se usa "tell" con cuentos o bromas." dijo ella. por favor. She told us to hurry." dijo ella. (Nos dijo que nos diéramos prisa.She told us Stop complaining. "Tell me a joke. Keith never tells lies. "Tell me the truth. se usa "tell. (Keith nunca miente. ("Cuéntame un chiste." she said. Ejemplos: He told us a great story. Ejemplos: Can you tell me your name please.) 5. . Ejemplos: Could you tell me the time. (Nos contó un cuento maravilloso. she said." ("Díme tu nombre. En esto caso.) Keith never tells lies.") You told him the address of the office? You told him the address of the office? (¿Le dijiste la dirección de la oficina?) 3. Usamos "tell" cuando damos o pedimos información. please? she asked." Ejemplos: Tell me the truth.) 2. she said. "Can you tell me your name please.

"Could you tell me the time. 3324 783 37 Delicious 12 1.829 personas les gusta Curso de Ingles .2k Like ©Derechos reservados.) Nota: Hay otros significados de "tell" que veremos en la lección sobre los verbos frasales. Bob told me the date. por favor?" me preguntó. please?" she asked. Quiz Búscanos en Facebook Curso de Ingles Me gusta A 23. ("Podrías decirme la hora.) Bob told me the date. Ejercicios de esta lección 1. Quiz 2. (Bob me dijo la fecha. Prohibida la reproducción total o parcial de contenidos sin nuestra expresa autorización. Plug-in social de Facebook .

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