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Упражнения для тренировки косвенной речи

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Indirect speech

Put the following into indirect speech.

1 1 have something to show you,' I said to her.

2 'Nothing grows in my garden. It never gets any sun,' she said.

3 I'm going away tomorrow, mother,' he said.

4 I've been in London for a month but so far I haven't had time to visit the Tower,' said Rupert.

5 It isn't so foggy today as it was yesterday,' I remarked.

6 'The new underpass is being officially opened the day after tomorrow, 'said the BBC

announcer.

7 'We have moved into our new flat. We don't like it nearly so much as our last one,' said

my aunt.

8 'We have a lift but very often it doesn't work,' they said.

9 'From one of the windows of my flat I can see the Eiffel Tower,' he said.

10 I've no idea what the time is but I'll dial 8081 and find out,' said his daughter.

11 He said, 'My wife has just been made a judge.'

12 I'll come with you as soon as I am ready,' she replied.

13 I have a German lesson this afternoon and I haven't done my homework yet,' said the small boy.

14 If you let the iron get too hot you will scorch your clothes,' I warned her.

15 'You haven't given me quite enough. The bill is for Ј14 and you've paid me only Ј13,'

he pointed out.

16 Ann said, 'Englishmen make good husbands because they are nearly always willing to

help in the house.'


Indirect speech

Put the following into indirect speech.

1 1 have something to show you,' I said to her.

2 'Nothing grows in my garden. It never gets any sun,' she said.

3 I'm going away tomorrow, mother,' he said.

4 I've been in London for a month but so far I haven't had time to visit the Tower,' said Rupert.

5 It isn't so foggy today as it was yesterday,' I remarked.

6 'The new underpass is being officially opened the day after tomorrow, 'said the BBC

announcer.

7 'We have moved into our new flat. We don't like it nearly so much as our last one,' said

my aunt.

8 'We have a lift but very often it doesn't work,' they said.

9 'From one of the windows of my flat I can see the Eiffel Tower,' he said.

10 I've no idea what the time is but I'll dial 8081 and find out,' said his daughter.

11 He said, 'My wife has just been made a judge.'

12 I'll come with you as soon as I am ready,' she replied.

13 I have a German lesson this afternoon and I haven't done my homework yet,' said the small boy.

14 If you let the iron get too hot you will scorch your clothes,' I warned her.

15 'You haven't given me quite enough. The bill is for Ј14 and you've paid me only Ј13,'

he pointed out.

16 Ann said, 'Englishmen make good husbands because they are nearly always willing to

help in the house.'





Indirect speech: statements (1)
Put the following into indirect speech, being careful to avoid ambiguity:

1 I couldn't get into the house because I had lost my key, so I had to break a window,' he

said.

2 'The mirror is there so that you can see yourself when you are dancing,' the instructress

told him.

3 I wrote to him the day before yesterday. I wonder why he hasn't rung up,' she said.

4 If the ground is dry on the day of the race, my horse might win,' said the owner.

5 'You'd better slow down. There's a speed limit here,' she said to me.

6 If Tom wants seats, he'd better apply early,' she said.

7 'We walked 50 miles last night to see the Minister and protest about our rents being

raised. He was very polite and promised to do what he could for us,' said one of the

tenants.

8 'They should put traffic lights here, otherwise there'11 be more accidents,' she said.

9 It's time we began training for our next match,' the coach said to them.

10 If you leave home at six, you should be here by nine,' he said to me.

11 If it rains this afternoon it will be too wet to play the match tomorrow,' the captain said.

12 I meant to plug in the electric blanket but I plugged in the electric kettle by mistake. I'm always doing silly things like that,' she told her guest.

13 I was intending to do it tomorrow,' he said, 'but now I don't think I'll be able to.'

14 'Bill should do very well at the university, Mrs Smith,' said the headmaster. 'He's done

very well here.'

Indirect speech: statements (2)
Put the following into indirect speech, being careful to avoid ambiguity:


  1. I don't think your father likes me,' said the young wife.
    'You mustn't think that,' said her husband; 'it is just that he is old and finds it hard to get used to new people.' (Leave mustn't unchanged. )

  2. 'The steak is overdone again. I'm not complaining; I'm just pointing it out,' said her husband.
    'I wish you'd stop pointing things out
    ,' said his wife.

  3. 'They couldn't open the safe on the spot so they carried it away with them,' the night watchman reported.

  4. If you saw my father, you'd recognize him at once. He is the most extraordinary-looking man,' she said to me.

  5. I found an old Roman coin in the garden yesterday,' he said, 'and I'm going to take it to the museum this afternoon.'

  6. He said, I got out of my boat, leaving the engine running, but while I was standing on the quay the gears suddenly engaged themselves and the boat went straight out of the harbour with no one on board.'

  7. Then Macbeth enters and says, I have done the deed.'

  8. 'Would you like me to go with you?' I said.
    I
    'd rather go alone,' he answered.

  9. My brother said, 'You may take my car if you like. I shan't be needing it tomorrow or the day after. '

  10. 'Yesterday Tom and I went to look at a house that he was thinking of buying. It was rather a nice house and had a lovely garden but Tom decided against it because it was opposite a cemetery,' said Celia.

  11. He said, 'My wife wants to take a job but I'd rather she concentrated on our home.'

  12. I don't know what your father will say when he sees what a mess your puppies have made of this five-pound note,' said my mother.

  13. It's high time you passed your test; I'm tired of driving round with an L-plate on the front of the car,' my sister said.

  14. I wish you'd seen it,' I said to her.


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