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Thank you very much, Writeacher. Can you also suggest to me short reading comprehension (to be done in 15 minutes) with a set of comprehension questions at the end (intermediate level) ?

Can you check if my sentences to turn into indirect speech are possible?

1) “Would you like to go for a motorbike ride uphill?”, he said to me.
He invited me to...
2) “Shall I phone Mary for you?” said Bill.
He offered to
3) “If I were you, I’d leave tomorrow morning”, he said.
He adivised me to..
4) “Remember to switch off the light”, he said 5) “What about making pizza for dinner”,he said.
He reminded me to....
5) “I won’t drive you to the beach”, she said.
7) “Come in and shut the door!”, she said.
8) “OK. It was me who broke the vase”, she said.
9) “Ok, I’ll drive you to the airport”, she said.
10) Why don’t we go to the seaside for the weekend?, he said. 11) “Congratulations for passing your driving test”, Peter said to me.
Peter congratulated with me on passing my driving test.
12) “I’m terribly sorry I dropped your glasses on the floor”, he said.
He apologized to me for dropping my glasses on the floor.

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    There are MANY good reading passages here: http://www.miguelmllop.com/practice/intermediate/readingcomprehension/readingcompindex.htm The ones I've checked have questions included. You can copy/paste and set them up as you wish -- I'd have the questions on a different page from the reading passage.

    4) “Remember to switch off the light”, he said.
    He reminded me to ...

    5) “What about making pizza for dinner”,he said.
    He asked me if we were making pizza for dinner.

    6) “I won’t drive you to the beach”, she said.
    She refused ...

    7) “Come in and shut the door!”, she said.
    She invited me to ...

    8) “OK. It was me who broke the vase”, she said.
    She grudgingly admitted that she was the one...

    9) “Ok, I’ll drive you to the airport”, she said.
    She agreed to ...

    10) "Why don’t we go to the seaside for the weekend?" he said.
    He wondered why ...
    or
    He asked why ...

    (All the others are fine.)

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