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    #1

    She said that her name is Jenny.

    She said, "My name is Jenny."

    In reported speech, can it be reported as?

    She said that her name is Jenny. (The fact is her name is Jenny.)

    Thanks.

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    #2

    Re: She said that her name is Jenny.

    Yes, it can.

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