Examples of narration change in simple future tense, future continuous, future perfect and future perfect continuous are given below –

Direct and Indirect Speech Future Simple Tense Examples

If reported verb is in Past Tense, and reported speech is in Future Indefinite Tense, will changes into would & shall changes into should.

Direct SpeechIndirect Speech
Shakespeare said, “I will write another drama tomorrow.”Shakespeare said that he would write another drama the next day.
The author said to the publisher, “I shall give you my best work.The author told the publisher that he would give him his best work.
The boy said to me, “will you help me?The boy asked if I would help him.
The girl said, “I shall travel the world.’The girl said that she would travel the world.
The man asked, “Will you help me cross the road?”The man asked if I would help him cross the road.

Direct and Indirect Speech Future Continuous Tense Examples

If verb is in Past Tense, and reported speech is in Future Continuous Tense, will be changes into would be & shall be changes into should be.

Direct SpeechIndirect Speech
Mita said, “I shall be participating in a competition.”Mita said that she would be participating in a competition.
The fairy said, “Cinderella will be going to the party.”The fairy said that Cinderella would be going to the party.
The fisherman said, “Soon I shall be going to the sea.”The fisherman said that soon he would be going to the sea.
The meteorologist said, “A storm will be ravaging the town.”The meteorologist said that a storm would be ravaging the town.
The theorist said, “The robots will be ruling the future world.’’The theorist said that the robot would be ruling the future world.

Direct and Indirect Speech Future Perfect Tense Examples

If verb is in Past Tense, and reported speech is in Future Perfect Tense, will have changes into would have & shall have changes into should have.

Direct SpeechIndirect Speech
Father said, “I shall have tea later.”Father said that he would have tea later.
He said, “I shall have gone abroad tomorrow.”He said that he would have gone abroad the next day.
Nidhi said, “Raja will have watered the plant.”Nidhi said that Raja would have watered the plant.
Mother said, “I shall have finished my house chores.”Mother said that she would have finished her house chores.
Madhu said, “He will have bought a computer.”Madhu said that he would have bought a computer.

Direct and Indirect Speech Future Perfect Continuous Tense Examples

If verb is in Past Tense, and reported speech is in Future Perfect Continuous Tense, will have been changes into would have been & shall have been changes into should have been.

Direct SpeechIndirect Speech
The man said, “The birds will have been migrating to South.”The man said that the bird would have been migrating to South.
The old man said, “I shall have been fishing all day.”The old man said that he would have been fishing all day.
Mother said, “I shall have been telling him to go to market.’’Mother said that she would have been telling him to go to market.
The scientist said to him, “I shall have been working on my experiment.”The scientist told him that he would have been working on his experiment.
The girl said, “I will have been hanging out with my friends.”The girl said that she would have been hanging out with her friends.