Reported Speech Exercise Past Perfect Tense

Solve following direct and indirect speech exercise for past perfect tense. You might feel it easy, hard or complicated narration exercise, as per your understanding and grammar practice approach.

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1. “I had worked over my project”, he said.
  1. He said that he had worked over his project.
  2. He said that I had worked over my projects.
2. She said, “You had failed to appear yesterday”
  1. She said that I had failed to appear the day before
  2. She said that you had failed to appear yesterday.
3. Alex said, “I had submitted my apology”
  1. Alex said that he had submitted his apology.
  2. Alex said that I had submitted my apology.
4. She said, “Alex had a permission letter”
  1. She said that Alex had a permission letter.
  2. She said that Alex has a permission letter.
5. I said, “I had applied for a few jobs”
  1. I said that me had applied for a few jobs.
  2. I said that I had applied for a few jobs.
6. The little girl said, “You had stolen my doll”
  1. The little girl said that you had stolen her doll.
  2. The little girl said (alleged) that we had stolen her doll.
7. I said, “We had the acceptance letter from our office”
  1. I said that we had the acceptance letter from their office.
  2. I said that we had the acceptance letter from our office.
8. The old man said, “You had golden opportunities in life”
  1. The old man told that I had golden opportunities in life.
  2. The old man said that he had golden opportunities in life.
9. The manager said, “Sir, you had ordered a few items yesterday”
  1. The manager said politely that I had ordered a few items the day before.
  2. The manager said that I had ordered a few items the day before.
10. I said, “I had already rejected this proposal”
  1. I said that I had already rejected that proposal.
  2. I said that I had already rejected this proposal.

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