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what is difference between direct and indirect?
 
 

Asked by feeroz 24th February 2016, 6:25 PM
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Hi Zaid, 

I believe you are referring to Direct and indirect speech. 

A sentence is said to be in the direct speech when it quotes the direct words of the speaker.

Eg: Nanny said to me, "You will get two extra cookies today as you have been a good boy."

A sentence is said to be in the indirect speech when it reports what has been said by someone else. 

Eg: Nanny said to me that I would get two extra cookies that day as I had been a good boy.

Answered by Expert 24th February 2016, 6:33 PM
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