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The test book says only the first sentence is correct. Could anybody please explain why?
1. She said we`d have to follow her instructions.
2. She said we should have to follow her instructions.
The second is possible for those speakers of BrE who observe the shall/will difference. It's a reporting of the words, "You will have to follow my instructions".
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