CBSE Class 7 English - Reported speech

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CBSE Class 7 English - Reported speech

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Rewrite the following sentences using reported speech.

1. “Please, sit here, said the policeman to my grandfather.

2. “January has thirty one days, “said the professor.

3. The salesman said, “Please pay the hill Mr. Khanna.”

4. “I will see you at the party, Mohan,”said Raj.

5. “I have parked my car here”, said Rishabh.

6. “Stop talking!” said the teacher to the students

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