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Check the following Indirect speech:
Direct speech (He speaks to me)
- He said,"Would you like to have lunch out with me today?"
Indirect speech
- He asked me whether I would like to have lunch with him that day.

Direct speech (He speaks to me)
- He said,"Is there anything else in this matter?"
Indirect speech
- He asked me whether there was anything else in that matter.

Direct speech (He speaks to me)
- He said,"The new film will start at half-past-seven.We will make it if we hurry."
Indirect speech
- He told me that the new film would start at half-past-seven. We would make it if we hurried.

Direct speech (He speaks to me)
- He said,"I often play tennis."
Indirect speech
- He said that he often played tennis.

Direct speech (He speaks to me)
- He said,"Did you do your homework last Monday?"
Indirect speech
- He asked me that whether I did my homework the Monday before.

Check the following Indirect speech:
Direct speech (The inspector speaks to the man)
- The inspector said,"What time did you arrive at the station?"
- The man said,"At ten to eight. I bought a paper and waited for the train."
Indirect speech
- The inspector asked him that what time he arrived at the station.
- The man answered at ten to eight, he had bought a paper and had waited for the train.

Direct speech (The inspector speaks to the man)
- The inspector said,"Didn't you notice anything unusual?"
Indirect speech
- The inspector asked him whether he didn't notice anything unusual.

Direct speech (The inspector speaks to the man)
- The inspector said,"I suggest that you didn't catch the eight o'clock train, but you caught the 8:25 which still get you to work on time."
Indirect speech
- The inspector suggested that he didn't catch the eight o'clock train, but he caught the 8:25
which would still get him to work on time.

Direct speech (The inspector speaks to the man)
- The inspector said,"In the morning of the murder the 8 o'clock train didn't run at all. It broke down at Frengreen station and was taken off the line."
Indirect speech
- The inspector said to him that in the morning of the murder the eight o'clock train didn't run
at all. It had broken down at Frengreen station and was taken off the line.

Check the following sentences whether it is correct or not:
1. Are the study hours on the schedule correct?
2. How will you study if the light goes out?
3. Answer these questions on the passage.
4. I don't pay any respect on him.
5. Today I didn't study any English.
6. What did the man say he was doing at the time the murder was committed?
7. When I finish washing my motorbike, I have never taken it to dry in the sun.
8. My mobilephone's battery almost runs out.
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Do you know the word 'Please', Kittixay?

- He asked me that whether I had done my homework the Monday before.
- The man answered that he had arrived at ten to eight, bought a paper and waited for the train.
- The inspector asked him whether he had noticed anything unusual.
- The inspector suggested that he hadn't caught the eight o'clock train, but the 8:25, which would still have gotten him to work on time.
- The inspector told him that on the morning of the murder the eight o'clock train hadn't run at all, but had broken down at Frengreen station and been taken off the line.

4. I don't pay him any respect.
7. When I finish washing my motorbike, I never take it out to dry in the sun.
8. My mobile phone's battery has almost run out.
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