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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #2624: Indirect speech
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    Indirect speech

    => He pretended his name was John.


    simple presentsimple past
    present progressivepast progressive
    present perfectpast perfect
    simple pastpast perfect

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    1. 'I am very tired.' She said she very tired.

    2. 'You play the piano very well.' Mr Jones told me I the piano very well.

    3. 'Can you give us a hand?' They asked if we give them a hand.

    4. 'We 're leaving the town.' He told me they the town.

    5. 'He hasn't shaved.' I noticed that he .

    6. 'Your parents have had an accident.' Sally rang to say that your parents an accident.

    7. 'I left home at seventeen.' Her letter said that she home at seventeen.

    8. 'Don't worry! He won't say anything to the police'. I was sure he anything to the police.

    9. 'None of our relatives will come.' They knew none of their relatives .

    10. 'This parcel has been opened at the customs.' I could see the parcel at the customs.

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