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    Indirect to direct speech

    Complete with sentences in direct style.No need to use inverted commas.

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    1. She told her mother that she was going to the market / she said :.

    2. His friends told me that they would go home the following Sunday / his friends said : .

    3. The teacher told Mark he had been very regular in his work / the teacher said : .

    4. Marc told me that he had finished his work / Marc said : .

    5. The teacher said the earth moves around the sun / the teacher said : .

    6. He said that she was not going home that day / he said : .

    7. He asked me if I had brought the pens / he asked : ?

    8. The boy asked me if that was the place we had visited before / the boy asked : ?

    9. The judge told the witness to tell the truth / the judge said : .

    10. The prisoner begged the judge to forgive him /the prisoner said : please.

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