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In reported speech we usually report what was said at a different time, and so we change the tense to reflect the time which we are reporting. We normally â€œshift backâ€ one tense.
Direct speech: â€œIâ€™m not playing football.â€
Reported later: â€œHe said that he wasnâ€™t playing football.â€
Sometimes the pronoun needs to be changed.
Direct speech: Jane: â€œI donâ€™t like living here.â€ (Jane is referring to herself)
Reported speech: Jane said (that) she didnâ€™t like living here. (The pronoun she refers to Jane)
Other words about place and time may also need to be changed.
Direct speech: â€œI like this car.â€
Reported speech: He said (that) he liked that car.
Direct speech: â€œI went to Tokyo last week.â€
Reported speech: She said (that) sheâ€™d been to Tokyo the week before.