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There will be a board of directors meeting
shouldn’t it be:
There will be a board of directors’ meeting?
I’m not sold on the quality of their work= I don’t like the quality of their work?
they cut too many corners to bring the price down
like using track lighting instead of canned.
they still to get to vote on it= why in bold?
and she thought they did a great job.
she thought:’ They do a great job’ or she thought:’ they did a gereat job’ - I think
the first is correct? according to the sequence if tenses (Present Simple changes to Past Simple?
2. they still do get to vote on it= why not: they still do vote on it? what does it mean: to get to vote on it?
3. yes, I’m just trying to turn it back into direct speech, so
she thought:’ They do a great job’ ,so she thought they did a great job, or: she thought they do a great job - if it still lasts.
she thought:’ they did a great job’ , so she though the had done a great job.
do you agree with me?
thanks a lot
3.if the reported speech is: ,she thought they did a great job’’ so what is according to you direct speech of this sentence? I was trying to take into consideration the sequence of times!
There wouldn’t have been any direct speech.
Shouldn’t you write:
There wouldn’t have been any direct speeches.
or this and your sentence are ok?
My sentence is correct in answer to your question. ‘Speech’ when used in the phrase ‘direct speech’ is uncountable.
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