- Adjective Clause
- Adjective or Adverb
- Adjective Order
- Adverb Clause
- Conjunctions (Types)
- Demonstrative Adj. & Pronoun
- Direct Indirect Exclamatory
- Direct Indirect Imperative
- Direct Indirect Interrogative
- Direct IndirectAssertive
- Formation of Adjectives
- Kinds of Adjectives
- Kinds of sentences
- Main & Subordinate Clause
- Non Finite
- Noun Clause
- Phrasal Verbs
- Possessive Adjective & Pronoun
- Process Writing
- Question Tags
- Subject Verb Agreement
- Transitive & Intransitive verbs
- Verb Complement
There are four types of sentences for which we have to learn the steps to change them into indirect form. In this video we will do assertive sentences.
Let’s take a sentence and see how to change it
The coach said to me,” You need to swing your arm”.
Step 1. Change ‘said to’ ---- told
The coach told me, “You need to swing your arm.”
Step 2. Change,” --- that and remove” at the end of the sentence
The coach told me that you need to swing your arm.
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