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The teacher said, "tomorrow is a holiday".

Change it into indirect

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The teacher said, "Tomorrow is a holiday".

Change it into indirect, please.

We'd like you to try first, please. Then we will be happy to check your answer.

Clive

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May be it is:

The teacher said that the next day is a holiday

Clive

The teacher said, "Tomorrow is a holiday".

Change it into indirect, please.

We'd like you to try first, please. Then we will be happy to check your answer.

Clive

It may be

The teacher said the next day is a holiday

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There is one error. Every sentence must have an ending punctuation mark.

This is more natural for me:

The teacher said that the next day would be a holiday.

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But there is a confusion tomorrow is a holiday not will be a holiday

"Tomorrow is a holiday". This sounds like it is a holiday every year, ie a national holiday.

"Tomorrow will be a holiday." This sounds like it will only be a holiday this year, ie a local holiday.

Clive