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    He informed his friends that

    1)He informed his friends that he had passed the interview very well and that he was going to work at a large company.

    2)We couldn't cross the river at that place. The new bridge over it is still being built.

    3)Many pieces of our advice were useful for him, weren't they?

    Would you check them, please?

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    Re: He informed his friends that

    Quote Originally Posted by Dolly B. View Post
    1)He informed his friends that he had passed the interview very well and that he was going to work at a large company.

    2)We couldn't cross the river at that place. The new bridge over it is still being built.

    3)Many pieces of our advice were useful for him, weren't they?

    Would you check them, please?
    They are all OK.

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