Indirect Speech to Direct Speech



Indirect Speech to Direct Speech :



Indirect Speech : He said that his mother was absent from home just then, but that I must not on that account defer my visit, as she would, without doubt, return in a few days.

Direct Speech : He said, "My mother is absent from home just now, but you must not defer your visit on that account, as she will, without doubt, return in a few days."



Indirect Speech :

John asked Mary whether she would be going to Paris for Easter, and when she replied that she would, he offered to take her there in his car. Mary thanked him for his offer, but regretted that she would not be able to accept it. She explained that unfortunately she already had an engagement for Good Friday, so she would not be going until the Saturday. John said that that would be all right. He himself did not propose to go until the Saturday.

Direct Speech :

"Mary," said John, "will you be going to Paris for Easter?"

"Yes," replied Mary.

"I will take you in my car if you like," said John.

"Thanks for the offer," replied Mary, "but I am sorry that I shall not be able to accept it. Unfortunately, I already have an engagement for Good Friday, so I shall not be going until the Saturday."

"That will be all right," said John. "I do not propose to go myself until the Saturday."



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