Change the sentences to indirect speech.
“When was he in India?” Nelly asks when he was in India.
“Was he in Italy?” Nelly asks if he was in Italy.
“Where is she going?” Bill asks where she is going.
“Is she going to the museum?” Bill asks if she is going to the museum.
“Why are they laughing?” Tom asks why they are laughing.
“Are they laughing at the picture?” Tom asks if they are laughing at the picture.
“What do they sell?” Helen asks what they sell.
“Do they sell toys?” Helen asks if they sell toys.
“When did he clean the room?” Mother asks when he cleaned the room.
“Did he clean the room yesterday?” Mother asks if he cleaned the room yesterday.Открыть всю книгу