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Reported Speech Tense Changes Assistant
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In many intermediate and above courses such as COU, First Certificate and  Selectividad (in Spain) it is necessary to be able to know how to transform sentences from direct to reported speech. On of the most important things that you must know is how to change the tenses of the verbs. This page may help  
If you would like to see a simple list of the tense changes click here.  

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Simple Present - Simple past 
"She  lives  in Paris"
Present Continuous - Past Continuous 
"She is dancing" 
Present Perfect - Past Perfect 
"She has been to Paris" 
Past  Perfect - No Change 
"She had been dancing"
Simple Past - Past Perfect 
"She danced"
Future- Conditional
"She will live in Paris"
Future Continuous - Conditional  Continuous 
"She will be dancing"
Modals
Present Modals - Past Modals
"She can dance"
"She may dance"
"She must dance"
"She needn't dance"
The following modals do not change: Would, could, might, ought to, needn't have, must have, used to.
First Conditional - Second Conditional
"She will dance if they pay"
 

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