Reported Speech Exercise Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Direct and Indirect speech exercise present perfect continuous tense solved with answers Pdf.

GO TO REPORTED SPEECH EXERCISE #1
1. He said, “I have worked very hard”
  1. He said that I have worked very hard.
  2. He said that he had worked very hard.
2. She said, “I loved my sons more than all”
  1. She said that I loved my sons more than all.
  2. She said that she loved her sons more than all.
3. I said to him, “You have brought a disaster for all”
  1. I said to him that you have brought a disaster for all.
  2. I told him that he had brought a disaster for all.
4. Alex said, “She has out rightly rejected me”
  1. Alex said she has out rightly rejected me.
  2. Alex said that she had out rightly rejected him.
5. They said, “I have other best alternatives”
  1. They said that I have other best alternatives.
  2. They said that they had other best alternatives.
6. She said, “I have to say something to your father”
  1. She said that I have to say something to your father.
  2. She said that she had to say something to my father.
7. They said, “We have listed main topics of study”
  1. They said that we have listed main topics of study.
  2. They said that they have listed main topics of study.
8. She said, “I have found this exercise to be very easy”
  1. She said that I have found this exercise to be very easy.
  2. She said that she had found that exercise to be very easy.
9. He said, “You have to make your decision tomorrow”
  1. He said that you had to make your decision tomorrow.
  2. He said that he had to make his decisions the next day.
10. I said, “She has the right to speak against injustice”
  1. I said that she has the right to speak against injustice.
  2. I said that she had the right to speak against injustice.

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