Change the sentences to indirect speech.
“They’ll be here on time.” John said that they would be there on time.
“I can’t be here today.” Mr. Patterson said that he couldn’t be here that day.
“I can’t find it here.” Ann said that she couldn’t find it there.
“Can your uncle work here today?” Linda wondered if my uncle could work there that day.
“What are you going to do?” Granny asked me what I was going to do.
“We shall take a test in two days.” The boys said that they would take a test two days later.
“They will have holidays in three weeks.” The children said that they would have holidays three weeks later.
“I don’t like this book.” My grandfather said that he didn’t like that book.
“Why are you busy today?” Mother asked me why I was busy that day.
“Will they be busy next week?” My friend wondered if they would be busy the following week.Открыть всю книгу