Turn the following sentences into indirect speech

Dear student,
6.    Alice said that it was too late to go out.
7.    He told me that he didn’t believe me. 
8.    He says that he is glad to be here with me. (When the reporting verb is in the present tense, adverbs of time and place do not normally change in indirect speech.)
9. Suzzane said that she had passed the examination.
10. The teacher said that the sun rises in the east.
11. Mike said that he would bring his piano.
12. Siam said that she could solve that problem.

Regards

  • 0
6. Alice said that it was too late to go out.
7. He said to me that he don't believe me.
8. He said that he was glad to be there with him.
9. Suzanne said that he had passed the examination.
10. The teacher said that the sun rises in the east.
11. Mike said that he would brought his piano.
12. Siam said that he could solve that problem.

Regards
  • 0
Dear student,

6. Alice said that it was too late to go out.
7. He said to me that he don't believe me.
8. He said that he was glad to be there with him.
9. Suzanne said that he had passed the examination.
10. The teacher said that the sun rises in the east.
11. Mike said that he would brought his piano.
12. Siam said that he could solve that problem.

Regards!
  • 0
What are you looking for?