Grammar Quiz

Reported Speech and Reported Questions Quiz


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Will you be going to the training today afternoon?

A. He asked me if I would be going to the training that day in the afternoon

B. He asked me if I´m be going to the training today afternoon

C. He asked me if I will be going to the training that day afternoon


Jack says: “My mom has a new car”

A. He said his mom had a new car

B. He says his mom has a new car

C. He said her mom had a new car


Your teacher says: “You have been working hard”

A. He said I had been working hard

B. He said you had been working hard

C. He said I have been working hard


Mike says: “I don’t have much money”

A. He said he didn’t have any money

B. He said he isn’t have any money


Steve asks: “Can you drive?”

A. He asked me if I could drive

B. He asked me if can I drive?

C. He asked me if could I drive


Jason says: “I will have finished my report on monday”

A. He said he would have finished his report on monday

B. He said he would finish his report on monday

C. He said he would have finish his report on monday


In reported speech: simple present becomes…

A. simple past

B. past perfect

C. past continuous


Can the secretary see the salaries of the workers?

A. She wondered whether the secretary could saw the salaries of the workers.

B. She wondered whether the secretary can see the salaries of the workers.

C. She wondered whether the secretary could see the salaries of the workers.


They said: “We had done a lot of work that day”

A. They said they had done a lot of work that day

B. They said we had done a lot of work that day


Will we be part of the new project?

A. She asked me whether We gonna be paet of the new project.

B. She asked me whether We will be paet of the new project.

C. She asked me whether We would be part of the new project.


Josh says: “I won’t go to the concert”

A. He said he wouldn’t go to the concert

B. He said he would go to the concert


Jenny says: “My mom is happy today”

A. She said her mom was happy today

B. She said his mom is happy today


Mike and Josh says: “We didn’t finish our homework”

A. They said they hadn’t finished their homework

B. They said they didn’t finish our homework


You say: “I’m hungry”

A. I said I was hungry

B. You said I was hungry


Your brother says: “I love you”

A. He said he loved me

B. He said he loves me

C. He said he loves you

D. He said he loved you


My boss says: “I can speak English”

A. He said he could speak English

B. He said she can speak English

C. He said he could English


Michelle asks me: “Do you love me?”

A. She asked me if I loved her

B. She asked me if I love you

C. She asked me if Do I love her?


My dad says: “I’m reading the newspaper”

A. He said he was reading the newspaper

B. He said he is read the newspaper

C. He said he wasn’t read the newspaper


Alison asks me: “Do you have a pet?”

A. She asked me if I had a pet

B. She asked me if Do I have a pet?


Your girlfriend says: “You don’t understand me”

A. She said you didn’t understand her

B. She said you didn’t understand him

C. He said he didn’t understand he


Will you be going to the gorcery store?

A. She wanted to know if I am going to the grocery store.

B. She wanted to know if I will be going to the grocery store.

C. She wanted to know if I would be going to the grocery store.


Ann says: I am 20 years old

A. She said she was 20 years old

B. She said you are 20 years old

C. She said I was 20 years old


Michael says: “I will be finishing tomorrow”

A. He said he would be finishing tomorrow

B. He said he will finish tomorrow

C. He said he would finish tomorrow


Can the supervisor do that kind of revision even when he didn´t give us some advice?

A. He wanted to know if the supervisor could do that kind of revision even when he didn´t give them some advice.

B. He want to know if the supervisor could do that kind of revision even when he didn´t give them an advice.

C. He wanted to know if the the supervisor can do that kind of revision even when he didn´t give us an advice.


Peter says: “Didn’t you go to the concert?”

A. He asked me if I hadn’t gone to the concert

B. He asked me if I didn’t went to the concert

C. He asked me if hadn’t I gone to the concert




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