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Here are other two speech acts I changed into indirect speech. I'm posting you them separately.

1)“I think you should/ought to see a doctor”, she said.
2)“It seems to me that you should see a doctor”, she said.
3)“I (strongly) advise you to see a doctor”, she said.
4)“Don’t you think you should see a doctor?”
5)“I suggest/recommend that you should (?) see a doctor. I’d suggest/recommend that you should (?) see a doctor.”
6)“If I were you, I’d see a doctor.”
7)“Have you considered seeing a doctor?/ Have you thought of seeing a doctor?”
Indirect speech
1-7) She advised/recommended me to see a doctor. She suggested/recommended I should see a doctor.

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