Fill in the blank exercise of the reported speech with change in demonstrative, possessive pronouns in French
Example: Maman demande: "Tu ne veux pas me rendre ma tablette ?"
Maman demande si tu ne veux pas lui rendre sa tablette.
1. Direct style: Micheal dit: "ce matin, j'ai porté mes lunettes de soleil"
Indirect style: Micheal a dit que ____ matin-____, il avait porté ____ lunettes de soleil.
(Micheal says "this morning, I wore my sunglasses")
2. Direct style: Bilal demande: "A qui appartient cette lampe de torche ?"
Indirect style: Bilal demande à qui appartient ____ lampe de torche-____.
(Bilal asks "to whom belong this torch lamp ?")
3. Direct style: Ma soeur ordonne: 'Lave-moi ma robe et prépare cette perruque"
Indirect style: Ma soeur a ordonné de laver ____ robe et de préparer ____ perruque-____.
(My sister orders "wash my dress and prepare this wig")
4. Direct style: Papa dit: "Ma voiture est tombée en panne dans cette ruelle"
Indirect style: Papa a dit que ____ voiture était tombée en panne dans ____ ruelle-____.
(Dad says "my car broke down in this alley")
5. Direct style: Mon amie demande: "Pourrais-tu me rendre mon stylo, s'il te plaît ?"
Indirect style: Mon amie a demandé si je pourrai lui rendre ____ stylo.
(My friend asks "can you give me back my pen, please ?")
6. Direct style: La reine dit: "je mettrai tout en oeuvre pour que mon règne soit prospère"
Indirect style: La reine a dit qu'elle mettrait tout en oeuvre pour que ____ règne soit prospère.
(The queen says "I will make every effort to make my reign flourishing")
7. Direct style: Le professeur dit: 'faites vos devoirs et remplissez ce tableau de réponses"
Indirect style: Le professeur dit de faire ____ devoirs et de remplir ____ tableau-____ de réponses.
(The professor says "do your homework and fill this board with answers")
8. Direct style: Céline demande: "Ma chanson est-elle faite pour ce spectacle ?"
Indirect style: Céline demande si ____ chanson est faite pour ____ spectacle-____
(Celine asks "Is my song appropriate for this show ?")
9. Direct style: Jean dit: "Je voulais acheter cette maison pour en faire un hôpital"
Indirect style: Jean a dit qu'il veut acheter ____ maison-____ pour en faire un hôpital.
(John says "I wanted to buy this home to make it an hospital")
10. Direct style: Miriam dit: "ma chambre est plus grande que celle-là"
Indirect style: Miriam dit que ____ chambre est plus grande que ____-là.
(Miriam says: "my room is bigger than this one")
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