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 Grammar Focused Role-Play: Sequence of Tenses in Reporting Events

Grammar Focused Role-Play: Sequence of Tenses in Reporting Events

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Reported speech and sequence of tenses are, probably, the most challenging grammatical rules in English. And they are among the most common too. We often pass on what was said by politicians, managers, teachers, inspectors, and we also share news about friends and gossip too. In all these communication acts we need to use the rules of reported speech.

The challenge here goes beyond the sequence of tenses. We need to know how to change the pronouns, adverbs, word order and some structures. All these will be explained in ICAN Club on November 22, 2016 and also practiced in enjoyable story-based role-plays.

Please, sign up under this post before midnight on Monday November 21, 2016.
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Valiantsina (Val) is the founder and leader of ICAN Club, the owner and the admin of this site. She is the person to approach whenever you need help or advice. Val is an experienced teacher of English, who has worked in a variety of contexts and capacities and also as an interpreter/translator for international organizations, such as the World Bank, UNESCO, the Council of Europe, etc. She is an ideal candidate for cross-border creative educational projects.

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