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Reported Speech Review 1 (Author-Bouabdellah)




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Technicum Si-Tarek Of Relizane
Third Year Students
Technological Streams 2003/2004
Structure Practice: DIRECT AND REPORTED SPEECH

Exercise One:
Big smileYesterday you met a friend of yours, Charlie. Here are some of the things Charlie said to you:
 
 
Big smile Later that day you tell another friend what Charlie said. Use reported speech.
 
1- Charlie said that he was living in London now.
2- He said that .
3- He  .
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Exercise Two:
Big smile Somebody says something to you which is the opposite of what they said before. Write a suitable answer beginning with I thought you said ... .
1- A: That restaurant is expensive.
    B: Is it?  I thought you said it was cheap                                                                    .
2- A: Ann is coming to the party tonight.
    B: Is she? I thought you said she .
3- A: Ann likes Paul.
    B: Does she? I thought .
4- A: I know lots of people.
    B: Do you? I thought you said you  .
5- A: I'll be here next week.
    B: Will you?  .
6- A: I'm going out this evening.
    B: Are you?  .
7- A: I can speak a little French.
    B: Can you?  .
8- A: I haven't been to the cinema for ages.
    B: Haven't you?  .