Wishes & Reported Speech Quiz
Mary can’t make it to the party tomorrow night. I wish she ___________ it.
A. had made
B. were making
C. could make
“When did she leave?” he asked.
A. He asked when she has left.
B. He asked when she had left.
C. He asked when had she left.
D. He told when she left.
I took your books back to the library.
Oh, no! I wish you … that.
A. hadn’t done
B. didn’t do
C. didn’t have done
D. haven’t done
Which sentence is NOT correct?
A. Karen said she was going to be late.
B. James said he will help me.
C. Lisa said she didn’t have a map.
“Don’t miss this wonderful concert tonight!”
I had advised my best friend … … wonderful concert … .
A. to not miss …. that … that night
B. not miss … this … tonight
C. not to miss … that …. that night
“Don’t tell anyone,” she said to me.
A. She told me to not tell anyone.
B. She told me don’t tell anyone.
C. She told me not tell anyone.
D. She told me not to tell anyone.
“Open all these windows and stay here!”
My schoolmate asked me … all …. windows and to stay … .
A. to open … these … there
B. to open … those … there
C. to open …those … here
I studied English at school but I never listened to the teacher. I wish I ______ more attention.
B. was paying
C. had paid
D. would pay
I have to take medicine.
If only I ______________ take medicine.
A. hadn’t to
B. wouldn’t have to
C. didn’t have to
D. had to
“I’m watching a video on deforestation,” Ian said to me.
A. Ian told me that he is watching a video on deforestation.
B. Ian asked me that he was watching a video on deforestation.
C. Ian told me that I was watching a video on deforestation.
D. Ian told me that he was watching a video on deforestation.
Tomorrow is Eddy’’s birthday. We………. a present for her.
A. should bought
B. should buying
C. shouldn’t buy
D. should buy
He likes to swim. He wishes he __________ near the sea.
C. had lived
D. would live
It was too cold. I wish I ______________ on my coat.
A. had brought
B. will bring
C. would bring
Report this sentence correctly.
Tom said “I’m going to London tomorrow.”
Five days later you say…
A. Tom said he is going to London the following day.
B. Tom said he was going to London the following day.
C. Tom said he was going to London tomorrow.
“Leave them on my desk,” Sue said.
A. Sue told me that I left them on her desk.
B. Sue told me leave to them on her desk.
C. Sue said me to leave them on her desk.
D. Sue told me to leave them on her desk.
“Are you coming?” he asked me.
A. He asked me if I was going.
B. He asked me if was I going.
C. He asked me if I am going.
D. He told me if I was going.
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