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Can you send me the link of that PDF which would help me in clarifying all type of doubts by myself on the topic simple, compound and complex sentences with its transformation so that I won't get puzzled?
That’s an interesting question. I think reported speech sentences have to be complex because t require two clauses. the main clause (e.g, Anan told me…) and the reported part, which would be a subordinate clause (e.g, that he was going to go to law school). So the whole reported-speech sentence would be. Anan told me that he was going to go to law school. This is a complex sentence, since it has a main clause and a subordinate clause. And as far as I can imagine, reported speeches always follow this basic pattern.
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Alan went to law school and talked about that. But in that speech that he is going to go to law school he said that he is going to take the test to get into some particular law school. I was wondering, is there some way to express the idea that in this speech that he is going to be going to law school, that the reporter didn't say that he was going to take the test to get into law school? Is reporting what it sounds like, “a news interview where the news reporter talked to the speaker”? I don't think that if something involves a main and a subordinate clause, then reporting is the appropriate verb. But if there is no main clause then reporting will be appropriate. How close can you get to having a true report without reporting? There is another important way of.
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