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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #97839: Say versus Tell
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    Say versus Tell


    Write which word best fits each sentence. 

    Your choices:  Say, Said, Tell, Told



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    1. -Hello, I can't find my mum. -OK, don't worry. Please me your name.

    2. -What did you to him? -Only that I loved him, that is all.

    3. -What did you her? -That if she did it again, she would get into trouble.

    4. If I make a mistake, please me!

    5. -When did you that? -Yesterday after school.

    6. -Why didn't you wash the dishes? -You me not to do so; I didn't.

    7. -Jack said he wanted a divorce. - He what?

    8. The teacher me to do my homework.

    9. She that it was going to rain.

    10. -What do you want me to ? -I want you to say that you're sorry.









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