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What do you thing of an exercise on reporting verbs like the one that follows?
I'm postin you just some examples.

Put the following into the indirect speech using a suitable reporting verb.
1) "You took my money", he told Emma.
2) "I think you should do engineering", his tutor said.
3) "I didn't give him the password", she said.
1) He accused Emma of taking (having taken) his money.
2) His tutor advised him to do engineering.
3) She denied giving him her password.

4) If you pass your PET exam with merit, you won't be have to take an English test to access university. (Can you help me express it better?) Thank you

  • English - ,

    1) He accused Emma of taking his money.

    2) His tutor advised him to study engineering.

    3) She denied giving him her password.

    4) If you pass the PET exam with a high enough score, you won't be have to take an English test to get into the university.

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