Hello. Does anyone know what about indirect speech? I have a question.

So. Long as I know, it is better to use subjunctive, when it comes to indirect speech or something. Several times I've also read that you just "that" can write to I do not use the subjunctive. As I thought, I now understand how to do it. Long I do not have just got, because I've read something and there was with "that" viewing indirect speech, followed subjunctive. Now I really do not understand it. When one does not need because subjunctive and when? Thank you in advance. LG :)

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In my view, this has "nothing to do with" with or without "that.

The normal case is subjunctive I. But if you do not restore her a certain statement, but simply summarizing, then Indicative is quite true.

Example:

We chatted for a while. He told me that he's fine.

I know that too, that in the reported speech in one that set the indicative is, (He said that he wants to change something) otherwise Konkunktiv I (He said he wanted to change something). But if the form is in the subjunctive as in the indicative (they have), then one chooses Konkunktiv II (he said they had problems). For more ungebräuchlichen forms (He said he then ate with them) can be with would rewrite (He said he would then eat with them).

Well just in indirect speech or otherwise, if something is questionable. 1st example: He said that it does not go well him. 2. Example: Supposedly, the pilot of the offender was. Many people do not master these subtleties but - and even newscasters simply use the indicative, so people believe it would be the truth proclaimed.

Example: He said that he did not do it.

Date: 2019-07-05 Views: 1

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