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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Reported speech (commands) 1

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: REPORTED SPEECH IN ENGLISH: Commands 1 | level: Intermediate

Complete each sentence pair by "reporting" what was said in the first sentence. Fill in any words that are missing:
EX: JOHN: "Go away!"
John told us to go away.



1. MRS. SMITH: "Don't play in front of my window!"
Mrs. Smith told us in front of her window.

2. YOUR MOTHER: "Come back in one hour."
Your mother told me in one hour.

3. TOM: "Call me in the evening."
Tom told us in the evening.

4. YOU: "Come with us!"
They told Mary to .

5. HEATHER: "Don't say that!"
HEATHER told you that.

6. GEORGE: "Feed the cat!"
GEORGE asked his girlfriend the cat.

7. MR. STEPHENS: "Buy me some milk!"
Mr. Stephens told me some milk.

8. VICTORIA: "Leave me alone!"
Victoria told her friend alone.

9. CARL: "Listen to that song."
Carl told us to that song.

10. PETER: "Help me!"
Peter asked us to .





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