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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3005: Indirect speech
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    Indirect speech

    'Please, don't tell your mother!' (She asked me) _________ .
    -> She asked me not to tell my mother.
    Please don't write down the beginning of the sentence. It is already written. COMPLETE these sentences.

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    1. 'Please, don't tell your mother!' -> She asked me .

    2. 'I swear I won't tell your mother, Sue!' -> He promised Sue

    3. 'Shall I phone my doctor?' -> She offered

    4. 'I won't repeat what he has told me.' -> She agreed

    5. 'We'll clean your flat after our party.' -> They promised Mary

    6. 'Why don't I cook your dinner, Mr Price?' -> She offered Mr Price .

    7. 'You ought to have your car serviced, dad!' -> He advised his father .

    8. 'Wait outside your office!' -> I told my employees .

    9. 'How do we find your village?' -> They asked us .

    10. 'Get yourself ready before lunch.' -> She told me when .

    11. 'Say that you are disappointed.' -> I told him what .

    12. 'OK! We'll do what has been decided!' ->They agreed .

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