change this extract into indirect speech by using appropriate reporting verb
'what time is it?'asked the man.
'ten minutes past two,sir,'said the Butler
'How horribly late!You must wake me at nine tomorrow. I have some work to do.'
'All right, sir,'said the Butler.
'Did anyone call this evening?'
'Only miss Smith. She took the passenger train to Paris this evening,' the Butler said.
'Did she leave any message?'
'Yes, she said she'd back next week,' answered the Butler.

'What time is it?' asked the man.  The man asked what time it was.
'Ten minutes past two,sir,' said the Butler  The Butler said that it was ten minutes past two.
'How horribly late!You must wake me at nine tomorrow. I have some work to do.' The man exclaimed that it was horribly late. He added that the Butler must wake him at nine the next day as he had some work to do.
'All right, sir,' said the Butler. The Butler said that he would do so.
'Did anyone call this evening?'  The man asked whether anyone had called that evening.
'Only Miss Smith. She took the passenger train to Paris this evening,' the Butler said. The Butler said that only Miss Smith had called. He also said that she had taken the passenger train to Paris that evening.
'Did she leave any message?' The man asked whether she had left any message.
'Yes, she said she'd back next week,' answered the Butler.  The Butler answered that she said she would be back the next week.

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