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Direct Speech - Tim said: “Criminologists have put forward a variety of theories.”

Indirect Speech - Tim said criminologists ….. forward a variety of theories.

1) have put

2) had put

3) would put

4) will put

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Ukrainian government will abolish that unjust law.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said Ukrainian government ….. that unjust law.

1) would abolish

2) will abolish

3) abolished

4) has abolished

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “They are throwing more people into prison.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said they ….. more people into prison.

1) are throwing

2) would throw

3) were throwing

4) had been throwing

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “They submitted a proposed law to the voters.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said they ….. a proposed law to the voters.

1) had submitted

2) were submitted

3) submitted

4) will be submitted

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “A judge ruled out an objection.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said a judge ….. an objection.

1) was ruled out

2) had ruled out

3) would rule out

4) ruled out

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “They are considering the punishment.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said they ….. the punishment.

1) are considering

2) have considered

3) had considered

4) were considering

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “They have released him from prison already.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said they ….. him from prison already.

1) have been released

2) will release

3) had released

4) have released

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “A victim is filing a complaint.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said a victim …..a complaint.

1) was filing

2) is filing

3) has been filing

4) had been filing

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “A judge will impose a sentence on the convict with a regard to all his misdeeds.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said a judge ….. a sentence on the convict with a regard to all his misdeeds.

1) will impose

2) impose

3) imposed

4) would impose

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “The court will have assigned a probation officer by the end of the week.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said the court ….. a probation officer by the end of the week.

1) will have assigned

2) would have assigned

3) have assigned

4) assigned

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “A judge has interpreted the law in a wrong way.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said a judge ….. the law in a wrong way.

1) interpreted

2) had interpreted

3) has interpreted

4) would be interpreted

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “A prosecutor was making his closing argument.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said a prosecutor his closing argument.

1) was making

2) is making

3) had been making

4) was being make

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “This department issues arrest warrants every day.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said that department ….. arrest warrants every day.

1) issued

2) issues

3) had issued

4) would issue

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “The best detectives were investigating that case all previous month long.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said the best detectives ….. that case all previous month long.

1) were investigating

2) are investigating

3) were investigated

4) had been investigating

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “They will hire more police officers next year.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said they ….. more police officers next year.

1) will be hired

2) will hire

3) would be hired

4) would hire

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “A month of community service will have improved his behaviour.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said a month of community service ….. his behaviour.

1) has improved

2) had improved

3) would have improved

4) will have improved

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “They were holding a suspect in custody for 2 days.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said they ….. a suspect in custody for 2 days.

1) was holding

2) are holding

3) had been holding

4) is being held

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Nick caused actual bodily harm to his neighbour.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said Nick …..actual bodily harm to his neighbour.

1) had caused

2) has caused

3) will be caused

4) would cause

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “I interrogate witnesses every day.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said he ….. witnesses every day.

1) interrogated

2) interrogate

3) is interrogating

4) would interrogate

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “The police will have provided the report by the beginning of the trial.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said the police ….. the report by the beginning of the trial.

1) have provided

2) will have provided

3) would have provided

4) had provided

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ They heard the case in camera.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said they … the case in camera.

1) have heard

2) heard

3) had heard

4) are heard

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “An accused will be given an open trial.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said an accused … an open trial.

1) would be given

2) had been given

3) was given

4) will be given

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “We are trying to protect our rights.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said they… to protect our rights

1) would try

2) to try

3) were trying

4) are trying

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ An accused was presenting his evidence all day long.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said an accused … his evidence all day long.

1) was presenting

2) had been presenting

3) is presenting

4) would be presenting

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “The police have arrested the main suspect.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said the police … the main suspect.

1) have arrested

2) would have been arrested

3) was arrested

4) had arrested

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Peter will declare the rights of the shareholders at the meeting.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said Peter … the rights of the shareholders at the meeting.

1) declared

2) would declare

3) had declared

4) to declare

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “The junior judge wants to divorce.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said the junior judge … to divorce.

1) had wanted

2) wanted

3) will want

4) is wanted

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “The British constitution is unwritten.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said the British constitution … unwritten

1) is

2) was

3) to be

4) would be

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Administrative law centres on the operations of government departments.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said administrative law … on the operations of government departments.

1) would centre

2) centred

3) centres

4) to centre

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “The principles outlined in constitution form the basis of constitutional law.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said the principles outlined in constitution … the basis of constitutional law.

1) would form

2) had formed

3) form

4) to form

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “That car accident caused a lot of damage.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said that car accident … a lot of damage.

1) had caused

2) would cause

3) was causing

4) caused

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “I am going to sue her.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said he … to sue her.

1) would be going

2) was going

3) had gone

4) was to go

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “The two countries have already resolved their boundary dispute.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said the two countries … their boundary dispute.

1) will already be resolved

2) already resolved

3) would already be resolved

4) had already resolved

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Ben didn’t mention Barbara in his will.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said Ben … Barbara in his will.

1) hadn’t mentioned

2) wouldn’t mention

3) not to mention

4) was not mentioning

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “The prosecutor examined the first witnesses.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said the prosecutor ….. the first witnesses

1) examined

2) is examined

3) has examined

4) had examined

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “My father works as a judge at the Supreme Court.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said his father ….. as a judge at the Supreme Court.

1) works

2) worked

3) had worked

4) would work

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “The law sets penalties for offenders.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said the law ….. penalties for offenders.

1) sets

2) had set

3) would set

4) is set

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “The law defines person's rights and obligations.”

Indirect Speech – Tim said the law ….. person's rights and obligations.

1) is defined

2) had defined

3) has defined

4) defines

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Did Nick cause actual bodily harm to his neighbour?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked …..actual bodily harm to his neighbour.

1) if had Nick caused

2) had Nick caused

3) will Nick cause

4) if Nick had caused

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Where does your father work as a judge?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked ….. as a judge.

1) if his father worked

2) where his father worked

3) where did his father work

4) where his father works

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Have the police arrested the main suspect?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked … the main suspect.

1) if the police had arrested

2) if the police have arrested

3) when the police was arrested

4) if had the police arrested

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “When did the prosecutor examine the first witnesses?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked ….. the first witnesses

1) if the prosecutor examined

2) if the prosecutor did examine

3) when the prosecutor had examined

4) when had the prosecutor examined

#3


Direct Speech - Tim said: “Have criminologists put forward a variety of theories?”

Indirect Speech - Tim asked ….. forward a variety of theories.

1) if criminologists have put

2) if criminologists had put

3) if had criminologists put

4) what criminologists had put

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Will Ukrainian government abolish that unjust law?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked if Ukrainian government ….. that unjust law.

1) would abolish

2) will abolish

3) abolished

4) has abolished

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Why are they throwing more people into prison?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked ….. more people into prison.

1) if they are throwing

2) why would they throw

3) why they were throwing

4) why were they throwing

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “When did they submit a proposed law to the voters?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked ….. a proposed law to the voters.

1) when had they submitted

2) had submitted

3) when they had submitted

4) if they will be submitted

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Why did a judge rule out an objection.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked why a judge ….. an objection.

1) was ruled out

2) had ruled out

3) would rule out

4) ruled out

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Are they considering the punishment?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked ….. the punishment.

1) if they are considering

2) if they have considered

3) if they had considered

4) if they were considering

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Have they released him from prison already?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked ….. him from prison already.

1) if they had released

2) if they will release

3) if had they released

4) if they have released

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Is a victim filing a complaint?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked if a victim …..a complaint.

1) was filing

2) is filing

3) has been filing

4) had been filing

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “What will a judge impose on the convict with a regard to all his misdeeds?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked ….. on the convict with a regard to all his misdeeds.

1) what will a judge impose

2) what a judge would impose

3) to impose

4) what would a judge impose

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Will the court have assigned a probation officer by the end of the week.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked ….. a probation officer by the end of the week.

1) if the court will have assigned

2) if the court would have assigned

3) if the court have assigned

4) if the court assigned

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “In what way has a judge interpreted the law?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked ….. the law in a wrong way.

1) in what way a judge interpreted

2) in what way a judge has interpreted

3) in what way a judge had interpreted

4) in what way had a judge interpreted

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Was a prosecutor making his closing argument?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked … his closing argument.

1) a prosecutor was making

2) if a prosecutor was making

3) if a prosecutor had been making

4) a prosecutor was being make

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “What does this department issue every day?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked ….. every day.

1) if that department issued

2) what that department issued

3) that department had issued

4) that department would issue

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “How long were the best detectives investigating that case?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked how long ….. that case all previous month long.

1) the best detectives were investigating

2) were the best detectives investigating

3) the best detectives were investigated

4) the best detectives had been investigating

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Will they hire more police officers next year?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked ….. more police officers next year.

1) if they will hire

2) if will they hire

3) why would they hire

4) if they would hire

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “What will a month of community service will have improved?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked …..

1) what a month of community service has improved

2) if had a month of community service improved

3) what a month of community service will have improved

4) what a month of community service would have improved

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Were they holding a suspect in custody for 2 days.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked if they ….. a suspect in custody for 2 days.

1) was holding

2) are holding

3) had been holding

4) is being held

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Does he steal purses?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked …...purses.

1) if he had stolen

2) if he has stolen

3) if he stole

4) if he would steal

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Do you interrogate witnesses every day.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked if he ….. witnesses every day.

1) interrogate

2) interrogated

3) is interrogating

4) would interrogate

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “By what time will the police will have provided the report ?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked the police ….. the report.

1) by what time the police would have provided

2) by what time will the police have provided

3) by what time the police will have provided

4) by what time the police had provided

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Did they hear the case in camera.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked … the case in camera.

1) if they had heard

2) if they heard

3) if had they heard

4) if they are heard

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Are you going to sue her.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked … to sue her.

1) if are you going

2) if I would

3) if I was going

4) if were you going

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Will you carry out your powers in accordance with law?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked …out my powers in accordance with law.

1) if I will carry

2) if I would carry

3) if had I carried

4) if I carried

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Have the two countries already resolved their boundary dispute?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked if the two countries … their boundary dispute.

1) will already be resolved

2) had already resolved

3) would already be resolved

4) already resolved

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “When an accused will be given an open trial.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked … an open trial.

1) when an accused would be given

2) when an accused had been given

3) when an accused was given

4) when an accused will be given

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Are you trying to protect your rights?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked… to protect my rights

1) if I would try

2) if I was trying

3) why was I trying

4) why are you trying

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ How long was an accused presenting his evidence?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked an accused … his evidence.

1) how long an accused had been presenting

2) how long had an accused been presenting

3) how long was an accused presenting

4) how long an accused would be presenting

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Why did they release him on bail?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked …. him on bail

1) why they had released

2) if they had released

3) why did they release

4) why had they released

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “When will Peter declare the rights of the shareholders?”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked when Peter … the rights of the shareholders.

1) declared

2) would declare

3) had declared

4) to declare

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Search the suspect’s home.”

Indirect Speech – Tim ordered … the suspect’s home.

1) searched

2) to search

3) not to search

4) would search

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Don’t search the suspect’s home.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked … the suspect’s home.

1) searched

2) to search

3) not to search

4) would search

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Present the evidence on your own behalf”.

Indirect Speech – Tim advised … the evidence on my own behalf.

1) presented

2) not to present

3) being presented

4) to present

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Don’t present the evidence on your own behalf”.

Indirect Speech – Tim advised … the evidence on my own behalf.

1) presented

2) not to present

3) being presented

4) to present

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Identify the victim’s name in the newspaper.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked … the victim’s name in the newspaper.

1) to identify

2) have identified

3) identified

4) not to identify

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Don’t identify the victim’s name in the newspaper.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked … the victim’s name in the newspaper.

1) to identify

2) have identified

3) identified

4) not to identify

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Settle this dispute in camera.”

Indirect Speech – Tim advised … that dispute in camera.

1) not to settle

2) settled

3) to settle

4) if settled

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Don’t settle this dispute in camera.”

Indirect Speech – Tim advised … that dispute in camera.

1) not to settle

2) settled

3) to settle

4) if settled

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Carry out your powers in accordance with law.”

Indirect Speech – Tim advised me …out my powers in accordance with law.

1) to carry

2) not to carry

3) had carried

4) if carried

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Don’t carry out your powers regardless of law.”

Indirect Speech – Tim advised me …out my powers regardless of law.

1) to carry

2) not to carry

3) had carried

4) if carried

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Try to protect your rights and freedoms guaranteed by constitution.”

Indirect Speech – Tim advised me … to protect my rights and freedoms guaranteed by constitution.

1) if tried

2) not to try

3) had tried

4) to try

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Don’t try to protect your rights and freedoms guaranteed by constitution.”

Indirect Speech – Tim threatened me … my rights and freedoms guaranteed by constitution.

1) if tried

2) not to try

3) had tried

4) to try

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Define a possible punishment for the offender.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked … a possible punishment for the offender.

1) to define

2) not to define

3) defined

4) had defined

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Don’t define a possible punishment for the offender.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked … a possible punishment for the offender.

1) to define

2) not to define

3) defined

4) had defined

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Describe the adoption procedure in detail.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked … the adoption procedure in detail.

1) would describe

2) to describe

3) not to describe

4) if had described

#2

Direct Speech – Tim said: “Don’t describe the adoption procedure in detail.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked … the adoption procedure in detail.

1) would describe

2) to describe

3) not to describe

4) if had described

#3

Direct Speech – Tim said: “List all your relatives in the will.”

Indirect Speech – Tim offered … all my relatives in the will.

1) to list

2) would list

3) had listed

4) if listed

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Don’t list all your relatives in the will.”

Indirect Speech – Tim offered … all my relatives in the will.

1) not to list

2) would not list

3) had not listed

4) if not listed

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Sign a new contract with our suppliers.”

Indirect Speech – Tim asked … a new contract with our suppliers.

1) would sign

2) if signed

3) to sign

4) have signed

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Don’t sign a new contract with our suppliers.”

Indirect Speech – Tim ordered … a new contract with our suppliers.

1) would not sign

2) if signed

3) not to sign

4) have not signed

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Sue the person responsible for the damage.”

Indirect Speech – Tim advised … the person responsible for the damage.

1) would sue

2) to sue

3) had sued

4) if sued

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Don’t sue the person responsible for the damage.”

Indirect Speech – Tim advised … the person responsible for the damage.

1) would not sue

2) had not sued

3) not to sue

4) if sued

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Use your property legally.”

Indirect Speech – Tim warned me … my property legally.

1) if used

2) would use

3) not to use

4) to use

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Don’t use your property legally.”

Indirect Speech – Tim warned me … my property legally.

1) if used

2) would use

3) not to use

4) to use

#3


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Centre on the work of government agencies.”

Indirect Speech – Tim recommended … on the work of government agencies.

1) if centred

2) to centre

3) have centred

4) was centred

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Don’t centre on the work of government agencies.”

Indirect Speech – Tim recommended … on the work of government agencies.

1) if not centred

2) not to centre

3) have not centred

4) was not centred

#2


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Resolve this dispute immediately.”

Indirect Speech – Tim ordered … that dispute immediately.

1) to resolve

2) is resolved

3) would resolve

4) have resolved

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Don’t resolve this dispute.”

Indirect Speech – Tim ordered … that dispute.

1) not to resolve

2) is not resolved

3) would not resolve

4) have not resolved

#1


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Review this case in the higher court.”

Indirect Speech – Tim ordered … that case in the higher court

1) is reviewed

2) would review

3) review

4) to review

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “Don’t review this case in the higher court.”

Indirect Speech – Tim ordered … that case in the higher court

1) is not reviewed

2) would not review

3) not review

4) not to review

#4


Direct Speech – Tim said: “ Don’t accuse her of that crime.”

Indirect Speech – Tim begged … accuse her of that crime.

1) to be accused

2) had accused

3) not to accuse

4) is accused

#3


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