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Reported Speech

Match direct speech to reported speech

Direct SpeechReported Speech
He said, “We will discuss this tomorrow”. He said (that) they would discuss it the next day.
“I’m waiting for Ann”, he said. He said (that) he was waiting for Ann.
He said, “I have lost my umbrella.” He said (that) he had lost his umbrella.
He said, “I found these beside the king’s bed”. He said (that) he had found them beside the king’s bed.
He said, “Thank you!" He thanked me.
He said, “Where is she going?” He asked/wondered where she was going.
He said, “Where is the station?” He wanted to know where the station was.
He asked, “What have you got in your bag?” He asked me what I had got in my bag.
“Is anyone there?” he asked. He asked if/whether anyone was there.
"Do you like Mars Bars?" he asked. He asked if/whether I liked Mars Bars.
“Can you help me?” she asked. She asked me to help her.
“Could you please open the window?” he asked. He asked me to open the window.
“Please help me carry this," she said. She asked me to help her carry that.
“Please stay for supper, Bob”, he said. He tried to persuade Bob to stay for supper.
“Don’t swim out too far, kids”, I said I told the kids not to swim out too far.
“Don’t make a mess!” mom said. Mom warned me not to make a mess.
“You should see a doctor, Mrs Clark”, he said. He advised me to see a doctor.
“Shall we meet at the theatre tonight?" he said. He suggested to meet at the theatre that night.
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