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  • Teach y3 grammar objectives. Thank you.

    , Aug 14th
  • Useful to introduce direct speech.
    1)Could you add a slide to explain reported speech and a range of said words to go with it. Also a slide to show how to add an adverbial clause to the end of the reported speech e.g. she murmured, picking up the ball.
    2)Or could you allow a version to be edited-this would save so much time.
    Thank you

    , Feb 4th
    • Hi JillFlach,
      Thanks for commenting! Our PowerPoint presentations can be edited so that you can adjust the content to match your teaching, you just need to click the button 'enable editing' to allow you to make changes. If you have any issues doing this, don't hesitate to get in touch with us via To support with alternatives to said, we have this great resource you could use: If there is anything else we can help with, let us know! Have a lovely day :)

      , Feb 4th
This fantastic PowerPoint provides information on how and when to use inverted commas when writing - perfect for your lessons!
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