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Changing HE CRIES to Indirect speech
What could be the indirect speech for this?
He cries that a! Here you are! Pray now, for it is the end of your life.
Is it fine to say, ' he cries A and that you are here and that you pray now for it is the end of your life'?
It seems so wrong though.
Re: Changing HE CRIES to Indirect speech
That is not natural English. What did you intend to say?
Originally Posted by Yura Reiri
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