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Ejercicio - estilo indirecto.

Practicar a cambiar del estilo directo al estilo directo en inglés.

Las frases en estilo directo más abajo son de hace una semana. Completar la versión en estilo indirecto. Debes omitir el relativo "that". Puedes utilizar la forma contraída (I'd) o completa (I had) del verbo.

Ejemplo:
Mary: "I've fallen off my bicycle."

Respuesta:
Mary said she had fallen off her     bicycle.

 

1) Mary: "I've lost my purse."

Mary said purse.

2) John: "The car's not running well."

John said running well.

3) Dave: "She won't help me with the housework."

Dave said him with the housework.

4) Steve: "I must finish the report."

Steve said the report.

5) Melissa: "He can borrow my car."

Melissa said car.

6) Mary: "He didn't have enough money to pay lunch."

Mary said enough money to pay lunch.

7) John: "I ought to tell her about it."

John said her about it.

8) Dave: "I don't want to see her ever again."

Dave said her ever again.

9) Steve: "The PC hadn't been switched on."

Steve said the PC on.

10) Melissa: "I might stay in bed."

Melissa said in bed.

 

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Respuestas:

(Todas estas respuestas también son posibles con el relativo "that" ej. Mary said that she... .)

1) Mary said she'd lost her purse.

2) John said the car wasn't running well.

3) Dave said she wouldn't help him with the housework.

4) Steve said he must finish the report. / Steve said he had to finish the report.

5) Melissa said he could borrow her car.

6) Mary said he hadn't had enough money to pay lunch. / Mary said he hadn't got enough money to pay lunch.

7) John said he ought to tell her about it.

8) Dave said he didn't want to see her ever again.

9) Steve said the PC hadn't been switched on.

10) Melissa said she might stay in bed.

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