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He says, "They have prepared food for us."
He says (that) they have prepared food for us.
She says, "I have met him by chance."
She says (that) she has met him by chance.
Tom has said, "I was at the movies yesterday."
Tom has said (that) he was at the movies yesterday.
George says, "I am having a party on Saturday."
George says (that) he is having a party on Saturday.
Chris will say, "I will go to town tomorrow."
Chris will say (that) he will go to town tomorrow.
They say, "We hope to win the match."
They say (that) they hope to win the match.
His mother says, "You must be home at seven."
His mother says (that) he must be at home at seven.
The teacher has said, "The children should study more and play less."
The teacher has said (that) the children should study more and play less.
Peter says, "I can't believe it that they robbed us! It must have happened while we were away."
Peter says he can�t believe it (that) they robbed them and that it must have happened while they were away.
She says, "I am tired, I want to go home."
She says (that) she is tired and (that) she wants to go home.