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    What would it be the sentence in indirect speech?

    "Always be polite to people you pass on your way up," the old diplomat said to the young diplomat,"incase you meet them again on your way down."


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    Re: What would it be the sentence in indirect speech?

    Quote Originally Posted by majesticsania View Post
    "Always be polite to people you pass on your way up," the old diplomat said to the young diplomat,"incase you meet them again on your way down."
    Here are two examples, Majesticsania. There may be others.

    The old diplomat said that you/we/a person should always be polite to people you pass on your way up, in case you meet them again on your way down.

    The old diplomat said to always be polite to people you pass on your way up, in case you meet them again on your way down.

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