Reported Speech Exercise Future Tense

Find here Direct and Indirect speech exercises for future tense. Though this is a single exercise but it is enough to give you basic understanding narration usage of future tense. Alternatively, you may browse this site further for all information related to reported speech, its rules and extensive practice exercises.

GO TO REPORTED SPEECH EXERCISE #1
1. I said, “I will come tomorrow”
  1. She said that she would come the next day.
  2. She said that I would come the next day.
2. She said, “I will be working at office tomorrow”
  1. She said that she would be working at office the next day.
  2. She said that I would be working at office the next day.
3. Father said, “I will have written a letter”
  1. Father said that he would have written a letter.
  2. Father said that I would have written a letter.
4. I said to him, “I will have purchased new mobile tomorrow”
  1. I said that I would have purchased a new mobile the next day.
  2. I told him that I would have purchased a new mobile the next day
5. She said to me, “I will wait for your call”
  1. She told me that she would wait for my call.
  2. She told that I would wait for my call.
6. The old lady said, “You will top this exam”
  1. The old lady said that you will top that exam.
  2. The old lady said/wished that I would top that exam.
7. My mother said, “I will help solving this problem”
  1. My mother said that she would help solving that problem.
  2. My mother said that I would help solving that problem.
8. He said, “We will be covering each and every part of this match”
  1. He said that he will be covering each and every part of this match.
  2. He said that he would be covering each and every part of that match.
9. She said, “The university administration will have decided my future”
  1. She said that the University administration would have decided her future.
  2. She said that the university administration would have decided my future.
10. I said, “I will be looking forward to your reply”
  1. I said that I would be looking forward to your reply.
  2. I said that I would be looking forward to his reply.

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