Bài tập Viết lại câu từ trực tiếp sang gián tiếp

16/01/2019 12:00:00 SA
Bài tập Viết lại câu từ trực tiếp sang gián tiếp nhằm phục vụ nhu cầu chuẩn bị cho kỳ thi đại học môn Tiếng Anh.

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She asked me, "Could you help me with my luggage?"

  • She asked me could I help her with her luggage.
  • She asked me if I could help her with her luggage.
  • She wondered if you could help her with her luggage.
  • She wondered if I could help me with her luggage.

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They asked us, "Are you going anywhere at the weekend?"

  • They wondered if we are going anywhere at the weekend.
  • They asked us would you go anywhere at the weekend.
  • They asked us if we were going anywhere at the weekend.
  • They wondered whether they were going anywhere at the weekend.

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Jack asked Jane , "What time does the party start?"

  • Jack asked Jane what time the party started.
  • Jack asked Jane what time did the party started.
  • Jack asked Jane what time the party would start.
  • Jack asked Jane what time the party has started.

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He asked me, "Do you understand the rules of the game?"

  • He asked me if I could understand the rules of the game.
  • He asked me if you understood the rules of the game.
  • He wondered if I understand the rules of the game.
  • He asked me if I understood the rules of the game.

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She asked him, "When will I see you again?"

  • She asked him when she would see him again.
  • She wondered when she would see him again.
  • She asked him if she would see him again.
  • She asked him when I will see you again.

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Bobby asked me, "Will you be at the party on Saturday ?"

  • Bobby wanted to know if he would be at the party on Saturday.
  • Bobby asked me if I would be at the party on Saturday.
  • Bobby wanted to know if I am at the party on Saturday.
  • Bobby asked me if he will be at the party on Saturday.

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John asked his wife, “ What should I wear to the wedding ceremony tomorrow?”

  • John asked his wife what he should wear to the wedding ceremony the next day.
  • John wondered what he should wear to the wedding ceremony the next day.
  • John asked his wife what he will wear to the wedding ceremony tomorrow.
  • John wondered what he will wear to the wedding ceremony tomorrow.

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Jerry asked me, “Did you see that car over there?”

  • Jerry asked me when I had seen that car over there.
  • Jerry asked me if I see that car over there.
  • Jerry asked me if I had seen that car over there.
  • Jerry asked me did I see that car over there .

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Laura asked Bobby, “ Who will you accompany to the party next Saturday”?

  • Laura asked Bobby who you will accompany to the party the following Saturday.
  • Laura asked Bobby who would he accompany to the party the following Saturday.
  • Laura asked Bobby who he will accompany to the party next Saturday.
  • Laura asked Bobby who he would accompany to the party the following Saturday.

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Jimmy asked me, “Where did you meet him?”

  • Jimmy asked me where did I meet him.
  • Jimmy asked me where I had met him.
  • Jimmy asked me where I met him.
  • Jimmy asked me whether I had met him.

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The teacher asked his student,” Where are you going after school”?

  • The teacher wanted to know where his student is going after school.
  • The teacher asked his student where are you going after school.
  • The teacher wanted to know where his student was going after school.
  • The teacher asked his student where he would go after school.

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Hill asked me, "How long will you stay in Greece?"

  • Hill asked me how long I would stay in Greece.
  • Hill asked me how long you will stay in Greece.
  • Hill wanted to know how long I will stay in Greece.
  • Hill wanted to know how long I was going to stay in Greece.

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He asked me, "Have you ever played for your school soccer team?"

  • He wanted to know if I have ever played for my school soccer team.
  • He asked me if I ever played for my school soccer team.
  • He asked me when I had ever played for my school soccer team.
  • He wanted to know if I had ever played for my school soccer team.

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“How often do you take out the trash?”, my new neighbor asked me.

  • My new neighbor wanted to know how often did I take out the trash.
  • My new neighbor asked me how often I took out the trash.
  • My new neighbor asked me how often you take out the trash.
  • My new neighbor wanted to know how often I have taken out the trash.

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"How long has Liz been attending the Spanish school?", he asked.

  • He wanted to know how long Liz had been attending the Spanish school.
  • He wanted to know how long Liz has been attending the Spanish school.
  • He wondered how long Liz had been attended the Spanish school.
  • He wondered how long Liz had attended the Spanish school.

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The receptionist asked us “Are you going to leave tomorrow?”

  • The receptionist asked us if we are going to leave tomorrow.
  • The receptionist asked us when we were going to leave the following day.
  • The receptionist asked us if we were going to leave the following day.
  • The receptionist asked us if we would leave the following day.

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Liam asked me, “When did you finish your assignments?”

  • Liam asked me when I finished my assignments.
  • Liam asked me when I have finished my assignments.
  • Liam asked me when you finished your assignments.
  • Liam asked me when I had finished my assignments.

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The manager asked his staff, “Have you already thought my suggestion over?”

  • The manager wanted to know if she has already thought his suggestion over.
  • The manager asked his staff if she had already thought his suggestion over.
  • The manager wanted to know if she had already been thought his suggestion over.
  • The manager asked his staff if she has already been thought his suggestion over.

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Robert asked Linda, “What did Natasha say about her holiday plans?”

  • Robert asked Linda what Natasha had said about her holiday plans.
  • Robert asked Linda what Natasha said about her holiday plans.
  • Robert asked Linda what Natasha has said about her holiday plans.
  • Robert asked Linda what had Natasha said about her holiday plans.

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Robinson asked, “What are you going to do after graduate, Melissa?”

  • Robinson asked Melissa what she is going to do after graduate.
  • Robinson asked Melissa what you are going to do after graduate.
  • Robinson asked Melissa what she was going to do after graduate.
  • Robinson asked Melissa what she would do after graduate.