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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #114555: Reported speech and past simple
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    Reported speech and past simple

    Turn the sentences into the reported speech, without using any contracted forms.

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    English exercise "Reported speech and past simple" created by necroboynonoss with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from necroboynonoss]
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    1. « Billy-Joe and Josephine went to new adventures. » >>> We confirmed that Billy-Joe and Josephine to new adventures.

    2. A friend : « You made noise all along the party. » >>> Our friend noticed that we noise during the party.

    3. « They travelled by plane to Asia. » >>> Our cousin reported us that Billy-Joe and Josephine by plane to Asia.

    4. « They landed on a little deserted airport. » >>> We learned that they on a little deserted airport.

    5. « Many ninjas tried to attack them. » >>> One of our friends revealed that many ninjas to attack them.

    6. A witness : « They didnít imagine the size of Josephine's teeth. » >>> A witness assured that they the size of Josephine's teeth.

    7. « At this moment, we didnít think a ninja could run so fast. » >>> Billy-Joe estimated that he a ninja could have run so fast.

    8. « Billy-Joe and Josephine celebrated this event in a restaurant. » >>> A resident discovered that Billy-Joe and Josephine this event in a restaurant.

    9. « They didnít eat any ninja, of course. » >>> A scientist said that they any ninja.

    10. « For some mysterious reasons, ninjas had horrible nightmares. » >>> I perceived that, for some mysterious reasons, ninjas horrible nightmares.

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