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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3811: Indirect style
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    1. "It's already noon" she said.

    2. "Things were better then" he said.

    3. "Where are you going ?" I asked.

    4. "What are the IST's students doing ?" the visitor asked.

    5. "Go away !" Lee told me.

    6. "How do you like London ?" Jennifer asked.

    7. "New York City is a wonderful place" John said.

    8. "You should be careful" Bwas advised me.

    9. "I was born in Lastoursville" I said.

    10. "Now, please show me your ticket sir," Papy said.

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