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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #99485: Reported speech
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    Reported speech

    Choose the right answer in the reported speech.

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    English exercise "Reported speech" created by eos17 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from eos17]
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    1. 'Do you remember our first encounter?' She asked him .

    2. 'I met you on the train'. He answered (that)

    3. 'Don't shout so loud!'. Mother told us

    4. 'We will go on holiday next month'. He said (that)

    5. 'Do you know this woman? ' The policeman asked me .

    6. 'I have never seen her'. She answered (that)

    7. 'I want a laptop for Christmas'. Paul told his parents (that)

    8. 'Starting tomorrow I will look for a job.' He says (that) .

    9. 'I will never come again'. He told (that) .

    10. 'Could you tell me where the railway station is?' The woman asked .

    11. 'It's too cold to go away today!' Mary says (that) .

    12. 'Sit down!' He told them .

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