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    Indirect speech

    Hi everybody,

    I'd like 2 ask... When we talk with someone else and want to tell about what other people say... How to tell it correctly? Here are my question it is about I would like to tell my classmates that we will have class tomorrow.

    1) Our lecturer said we will have class tomorrow

    or

    2) Our lecturer says we will have class tomorrow

    or

    3) Our lecturer said we would have class tomorrow

    Which one is correct?

    Thank you so much.


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    Re: Indirect speech

    Quote Originally Posted by Englishgurl View Post
    Hi everybody,

    I'd like 2 ask... When we talk with someone else and want to tell about what other people say... How to tell it correctly? Here are my question it is about I would like to tell my classmates that we will have class tomorrow.

    1) Our lecturer said we will have class tomorrow

    or

    2) Our lecturer says we will have class tomorrow

    or

    3) Our lecturer said we would have class tomorrow

    Which one is correct?

    Thank you so much.
    All of them are correct, Englishgurl.

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