logging in or signing up Függőbeszéd - Reported Speech argyre Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 6416 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (4) Dislike it (0) Added: November 09, 2008 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 4 Presentation Description Függőbeszéd - Reported Speech Comments Posting comment... By: evelynaracely (41 month(s) ago) GREat work!! can you send it to me please!!! : ) I need it my mail is email@example.com...thanksss a lot!!! Saving..... Post Reply Close Saving..... Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Rumors and Gossip - Pletykák : Larisa said that the new teacher had given all the students an A last semester. Really! Viktor told me that students could eat in his class. No, what is it? Rumors and Gossip - Pletykák Have you heard the latest gossip about the new teacher? Wow! Yeah, I heard he was an easy teacher. Maria said that the new teacher didn’t give any homework. Függőbeszéd 1 : Függőbeszéd 1 Amikor az ige egyszerű múltban van akkor az azt követő igeidő a függőbeszédben megváltozik. Simple Past Past Continuous Past Perfect Past Perfect Példák 1 : Példák 1 “The teacher is strict.” She said the teacher was strict. “The teacher is giving everyone an A.” He said the teacher was giving everyone an A. Példák 2 : Példák 2 “Somebody put the final exam on the Internet.” She said somebody had put the final exam on the Internet. “The teacher has graded our grammar tests.” Joe said the teacher had graded our grammar tests. Gyakorlás 1 : Gyakorlás 1 1. “The library is closed.” He said… 2. “We have registered for classes.” They said… 3. “She got an A on the test.” You said… Írd át a mondatokat függőbeszédbe. “My friend is helping me study.” She said… Example: She said her friend was helping her study. He said the library was closed. They said they had registered for classes. You said she had gotten an A on the test. Függőbeszéd 2 : Függőbeszéd 2 A segédigéket gyakran megváltoztatjuk függőbeszédben. would could might had to Példák 1 : Példák 1 “The test will be difficult.” He said the test would be difficult. She said we could use our notes on the test. “You can use your notes on the test.” Példák 2 : Példák 2 She said we had to study hard for the final exam. “You must study hard for the final exam.” “We may have a substitute teacher.” She said we might have a substitute teacher. Gyakorlás 2 : Gyakorlás 2 1. “We’ll help you with your homework.” They said… 2. “Anna must finish her paper.” He said… 3. “She may take a different class.” You said… Írd át a mondatokat függőbeszédbe. “You can relax about the exam.” She said… Example: She said I could relax about the exam. They said they would help me with my homework. He said Anna had to finish her paper. You said she might take a different class. Függőbeszéd 3 : Függőbeszéd 3 Az alábbi segédigék viszont nem változnak meg függőbeszédben:should, could, might, és ought to. “You shouldn’t tell this secret to anyone.” She said I shouldn’t tell this secret to anyone. “You ought to tell this to a friend.” ! He said I ought to tell this to a friend. Függőbeszéd 4 : “I could have gotten help from a tutor.” He said he could have gotten help from a tutor. He said if he had studied, he would have gotten an A. “I thought I had chosen the easy teacher.” “If I had studied, I would have gotten an A.” He said he thought he had chosen the easy teacher. Függőbeszéd 4 Nem változik meg függőbeszédben a past perfect, a present/past unreal conditional (3-ik feltételes) és a múlt segédigéje sem. Gyakorlás 3 : Gyakorlás 3 1. “If I knew, I would tell you.” She said… 2. “I might have known the test was difficult.” He said… 3. “She had had that teacher before.” We said… Írd át a mondatokat függőbeszédbe. “We ought to study some more.” He said… Example: He said we ought to study some more. She said if she knew, she would tell me. He said he might have known the test was difficult. We said she had had that teacher before. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.