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Hi everyone,

I just wanted to know that what will be the indirect speech of these:

Introductory words can be your own:

1. 'You must stop that.'

2. 'I have had my breakfast.'

3. 'They must do it again.'

4. 'He has had cold for four days.'

5. 'I must hurry.'

6. 'I have just had my haircut.'

7. 'I have had this dress altered.'

Thanks in advance,

ankur...forever...
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1) He ordered that he should stop that.
2)He informed that he had had his breakfast.
3)He opined that the work should be done once more.
4)He informed that he had had cold for four days
5)He said that he should hurry
6)He said that he had had his hair just before
7)He said that he had that dress altered
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Thanks once again.

Regards,

Ankur...forever...
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TheChosenOneHi everyone,

I just wanted to know that what will be the indirect speech of these:

Introductory words can be your own:

1. 'You must stop that.'

2. 'I have had my breakfast.'

3. 'They must do it again.'

4. 'He has had cold for four days.'

5. 'I must hurry.'

6. 'I have just had my haircut.'

7. 'I have had this dress altered.'

Thanks in advance,

ankur...forever...

You should submit your solutions first...
Ok...sorry...

I will keep that in my mind posting next time ...

Ankur...forever...
TheChosenOneHi everyone,

I just wanted to know that what will be the indirect speech of these:

Introductory words can be your own:

1. 'You must stop that.' he said you had to stop that

2. 'I have had my breakfast.' he said he'd just had his breakfast

3. 'They must do it again.' he said they had to do it again

4. 'He has had cold for four days.' he said he'd had a cold for four days

5. 'I must hurry.' he said he had to hurry

6. 'I have just had my haircut.' he said he'd just had his haircut

7. 'I have had this dress altered.' she said she'd had that dress altered

Thanks in advance,

ankur...forever...
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Hi,

1. 'You must stop that.' he said you had to stop that

A more rigorous approach would be to say he said the person had to stop that.

Best wishes, Clive
1.he said you had to stop that

2.he said he'd just has his breakfast

3. he said he had to do it again

4. he said he had a cold for four days

5. he said he had to hurry

6.he said he'd just had his haircut

7. she said that she'd had that dress altered
1. he said that you must stop that

2.she said she had her breakfast

3.they said they must do it again

4.he said
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