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I.

Change each question from direct speech to indirect speech

1. "How old are you?" a student asked me.


A student asked me .
2. "Are these apples any good?" I asked.
I asked .
3. "What are you doing this weekend." Bob asked Sara.
Bob asked Sara .
4. "Is my neighbor going to the store today?" Jenny wanted to know
Jenny .
5. "Do you have any money"? my wife asked me.
My wife .
6. "Where do you go to school? I asked them.
I .
7. "Did you already see that movie?" She asked me.
She .
8. "How long have you lived here?" My neighbor asked.
My neighbor .
9. "Will you be at home this evening?" Ted asked Helena.
Ted .
10. "Where can I go to buy some milk?" he wanted to know.
He .

II. Change each question from direct speech (contained within quotation marks: "...." ) to indirect
speech.

Example: "Are you a teacher?" (a man is asking you a question)

He asked if I was a teacher.

1. "Are you working tomorrow?" (a woman is asking you a question)


She asked me if .
2. "Has he ever played golf." (a man is asking a woman a question about her brother)
He asked her if .
3. "Do you think the car is okay?" ( a woman is asking a male mechanic a question)
She asked the mechanic if .
4. "Do you have your homework?" ( a teacher is asking her students a question)
The teacher asked the class if .
5. "Can I borrow your car?" (a female friend name Donna is asking you a question)
Donna asked me if .
6. "Will you be at home later today?" (a man is asking a female friend a question)
He wanted to know if .
7. "Did the package arrive yet?" (a man is asking his assistant a question)
He wanted to know if .
8. "Has he ever been married?" (a woman is asking a friend a question about a man)
She wanted to know if .
9. "Are watermelons still on sale?" (a woman is asking a store employee a question)
She wanted to know if .
10. "Is anyone sitting there?" (a woman in a theater is asking you a question)
A woman asked me if

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