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La grammaire anglaise niveau B2 (indépendant)
Retourner à l'article : le discours direct et indirect
Traduisez les énoncés marqués d’un * dans la fiche ci-dessus.
1. The boss told Jim he thought he was a poor leader.*
2. He says my/our son is more intelligent than his.*
3. He said he wanted me to go that very day.*
4. He said he wanted me to be gone by the day after / the following day.*
5. They answered they were leaving two days later / after.”*
6. He reminded us that the meeting was scheduled for the next week/month/year/ the week after/the month after/ the year after / the following week/month/year.”*
7. He said I should have left the day before.*
8. He remarked that it should have been finished two days before.*
9. He said he was sorry we’d missed them as they had left two days before.*
10. She said these/those rules no longer applied then.*
11. He said it was his first time there / in that place”.*
12. He asked what he had said.*
13. He wonders if/whether I/we will come for Christmas.*
14. He wondered if/whether I/we would come for Christmas.*
15. He's asking when she left.*
16. He wanted to know why she hadn't made it.*
17. He wondered where she could be at that time/ then.*
18. He asked how much money they had lost.*
19. He inquired which car I/he/she/we/they would finally choose.*
1. Elle nous conseilla de ne pas bouger d’où nous étions.
2. Tout ce que nous demandons c’est un peu plus de respect pour notre travail.
3. Ils nous supplièrent de les écouter avant de les juger.
4. Les officiers ordonnèrent que les troupes défilent (défilassent) en tenue d’été.
5. Elle nous a demandé poliment de rester assis.
6. La tradition impose que vous portiez un uniforme en classe.
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