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    Quoting someone.

    If I were to quote a friend as saying, 'There are 500 people in the party this time around', how am I supposed to say it in indirect speech?

    1-My friend said that there were 500 people in the party this time around?
    2-My friend said that there were 500 people in the party that time around?

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    Re: Quoting someone.

    My friend said that there were 500 people in the party this time around.

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