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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #113312: Reported speech
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    Reported speech

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    1. “People need English to succeed in their life today” a businessman declared.>> A businessman declared people needed English .

    2. “We need irregular verbs to understand texts and speeches” the teacher will explain to us.>> The teacher will explain to us texts and speeches.

    3. “Never follow thieves alone” the old man advised me. >>The old man advised me thieves alone.

    4. “Don't call the police” the thief asks them.>>The thief asks them the police.

    5. “Where were you yesterday?” the teacher asked his students.>> The teacher asked his students where they .

    6. “Someone had stolen my baby before the police arrived” the woman told.>>The woman told someone had stolen her baby before .

    7. “It is impossible for humans to prevent natural phenomena” the wise man declared.>> The wise man declared for humans to prevent natural phenomena.

    8. “Which of these children is yours?” the policeman asks each parent .>> The policeman asks each parent which .

    9. “Let's do something useful to humanity” they suggested. >>They suggested something useful to humanity.

    10. “May I wait for Peter here?” a woman wanted to know. >>A woman wanted to know if .

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