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    indirect speech

    Please advise if the following sentence is correct if the given time is a future time:

    Mr. Smith said that he is going to call you at five.

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    Hello Suwei Wang,

    Yes, your sentence is fine. You could also say, "five o'clock" or "five o'clock in the evening" (though the latter is probably understood).

    Good job .
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    Re: indirect speech

    Thank you a lot, Sweet Momma Sue.

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