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учебные материалы Syntax Parsing - 1
State vs Action
State vs Action (3)
State vs Action (Episode 1)
State vs Action (Exercise 2) Affirmative Statements
take + N in + N
There + be + rheme + theme - 1
There + be + rheme + theme - 2
So/Nor Do I
So/Nor Do I (2)
Embedded Questions
Embedded Questions - Listening and Writing
Embedded Questions - Speaking 1
Embedded Questions - Speaking 2
Embedded Questions - Speaking 3
Embedded Questions - Speaking 4
Cleft Sentences 1
Cleft Sentences 2
It + take + object + infinitive
It is easy for you to do (1)
It is easy for you to do (2)
It is easy for you to do (3)
Complex Subject
Complex Subject (Part 2)
Complex Subject Unscramble  Task
Complex Object
Complex Object - Exercise 2
Complex Object (java)
can't help + Gerund/Infinitive
feel like + G
as-soon-as Structures
SO / SUCH (A(N)) / ENOUGH /TOO (1)
SO / SUCH (A(N)) / ENOUGH /TOO (2)
Reported Speech
Used-To Structures
The more ... , the better ...
Causative Voice - Exersice 1
The Causative Voice
Emphatic Inversion
Emphatic Inversion (Speaking)
Relative Clauses
Exclamatory Sentences


Косвенная речь.

Reported Speech. Model 1. - В реплике утверждение в изъявительном наклонении.

reported_speech_01.swf
reported_speech_02.swf
reported_speech_03.swf
reported_speech_04.swf


She said to me, "You are very late!"
She said to me (that) I was very late.

She said to me, "You were very late!"
She said to me (that) I had been very late.

She said to me, "You will be very late!"
She said to me (that) I would be very late.