"Marching away your work rats like the Pied Piper."
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Show the student a series of speech bubbles, and get them to write equivalent sentences containing direct speech underneath.
Show the student a series of sentences, and ask them to identify the speaker and the words actually spoken.
Type one sentence on each line (although don’t worry if the text automatically word wraps). There are a couple of rules with this one, so the website can work out the meaning of your text:
"This is an example of how to set out each question," said James. James
Mary said, "This is another example." Mary
"Stop giving me examples," Bill exclaimed. Bill
If you’re one of those people who prefer to see things rather than have them explained to you, you’ll be thrilled to see that some examples sentences have already been filled in for you.