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Don't worry I won't get distracted in the future she promised her teacher.
She promised not to get distracted in the future to her teacher.

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How about I punctuate the sentence in direct speech for you, and you improve the sentence in indirect speech?

"Don't worry, I won't get distracted in the future", she promised her teacher.
She promised her teacher not to worry. She would not get distracted in the future.

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"Don't worry I won't get distracted in the future ."she promised her teacher.
She promised not to get distracted in the future to her teacher .
Maybe .....
She told her teacher not to worry and promised that she wouldn't get distracted in the future.
MajDon't worry I won't get distracted in the future she promised her teacher.
She promised not to get distracted in the future to her teacher.

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Don't worry I won't get distracted in the future she promised her teacher.
She promised not to get distracted in the future to her teacher.

My try is:

She promised to her teacher that she would not get distracted in her future and asked her teacher not to worry.
Distract means, to a great extent, to lose attention.

I wonder whether your second sentence makes any sense.
She promised to her teacher that she would not get distracted in the future, and told him/her not to worry?

She told her teacher she would not get distracted in the future, that s/he shouldn't worry ?
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