1. She said, "I'm teaching English online. This is present continuos tense. [Direct speech] 2. She said she was teaching English online. This is past continuous tense. [Indirect speech] I saw the above examples on a website. They have wriiten those two sentences to describe the difference between direct speech and indirect speech. Irrespectie of direct and indirect grammatical aspects, you must write the present continuos form if she is enaged in online teaching even today. If she teaches English today, I think, you must write the following: She said she is teaching English online. Your comments please.