Reporting Verbs
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Fill in the gaps with the introductory verbs from the list below in the simple past. / agree, encourage, boast, invite, warn, apologise, complain, promise, wonder, accuse/ " The weather here is awful!"he said to his friends. He .................to his friends about the weather here. *
1 point
Fill in the gaps with the introductory verbs from the list below in the simple past. / agree, encourage, boast, invite, warn, apologise, complain, promise, wonder, accuse/ "You broke the vase!"she told Nick. She ............... Nick of breaking the vase. *
1 point
Fill in the gaps with the introductory verbs from the list below in the simple past. / agree, encourage, boast, invite, warn, apologise, complain, promise, wonder, accuse/ "Would you like to come to my party?"she told me. She .............. me to her party. *
1 point
Fill in the gaps with the introductory verbs from the list below in the simple past. / agree, encourage, boast, invite, warn, apologise, complain, promise, wonder, accuse/ "Go ahead! Enter the race!"the trainer told Tom. The trainer............Tom to enter the race. *
1 point
Fill in the gaps with the introductory verbs from the list below in the simple past. / agree, encourage, boast, invite, warn, apologise, complain, promise, wonder, accuse/ "I'll do this for you!"he said to her. He ..................to do that for her. *
1 point
Fill in the gaps with the introductory verbs from the list below in the simple past. / agree, encourage, boast, invite, warn, apologise, complain, promise, wonder, accuse/ "I'll do my best next time!"he told his teacher. He ................his teacher to do his best next time. *
1 point
Fill in the gaps with the introductory verbs from the list below in the simple past. / agree, encourage, boast, invite, warn, apologise, complain, promise, wonder, accuse/ "I am very sorry I got you in trouble!"he told his brother. He ............... to his brother for getting him in trouble. *
1 point
Fill in the gaps with the introductory verbs from the list below in the simple past. / agree, encourage, boast, invite, warn, apologise, complain, promise, wonder, accuse/ "Will I pass the exam or not?"he asked himself. He ................whether he would pass the exam. *
1 point
Fill in the gaps with the introductory verbs from the list below in the simple past. / agree, encourage, boast, invite, warn, apologise, complain, promise, wonder, accuse/ "Don't touch this wire!" he told me. He .............. me not to touch that wire. *
1 point
Fill in the gaps with the introductory verbs from the list below in the simple past. / agree, encourage, boast, invite, warn, apologise, complain, promise, wonder, accuse/ "I'm the best athlete in the world!"he said. He .....................about being the best athlete in the world. *
1 point
Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use up to three words. "Why don't we go to the cinema together?" he said. He suggested that we ..................to the cinema together. *
2 points
Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use up to three words. "I saw who stole the car,"Mrs Smith told the police. Mrs Smith claimed .............who stole the car. *
2 points
Complete the second sentence so that it means the same as the first. Use up to three words. "No, I haven't told him anything,"she said. She denied ...........him anything. *
2 points
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