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Pl. help to change these direct sentences into indirect speech:

1) Purvi says to Akshay, "What do you say in this matter?"

2)Anurag said,"What a nice party this is!"

3) Radha said to Uma,"Thank you for the book."
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Hi,

You try first. Then post your answers, and we will check them for you. OK?Emotion: smile

Best wishes, Clive
1) Purvi said to Akshay,"What did you say in this matter"

2) Anurag said," What a nice party This was"

3) Radha said to Uma," Thank you for the book"
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Anon, you must try this exercise yourself first.

I will start the first one for you, then you must do the rest:

Purvi asked Akshay what...
Hi,

I think from your answer that perhaps you don't have a clear idea of what 'indirect speech' means.

So, let me go a little farther than GG, and do the first one fror you

1) Purvi says to Akshay, "What do you say in this matter?"

Purvi asked Akshay what he said in that matter.

Has your teacher taught you about indirect speech yet?

Would you like to try the other two, now?

Best wishes, Clive
1) Purvi tells Akshay what does he say in that matter.

2) Anurag said that was a nice party.

3) Radha thanked Uma for the book.
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Hi,
1) Purvi tells Akshay what does he say in that matter. No. Please see my earlier suggestion.

2) Anurag said that was a nice party. OK

3) Radha thanked Uma for the book. OK

Best wishes, Clive
AnonymousPl. help to change these direct sentences into indirect speech:

1) Purvi says to Akshay, "What do you say in this matter?"

2)Anurag said,"What a nice party this is!"

3) Radha said to Uma,"Thank you for the book."

purvi asked ashkay what she could say about this matter.

anurag complemented on the party's being nice.

radha thanked uma for the book.
Radha said to uma, "Thank you for the book".
Radha greeted Uma for the book.
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