Utilize las reglas de la concordancia de tiempos según el ejemplo
Frase: He has fallen off a ladder. / I'm afraid (= simultáneo, frase introductoria en presente)
Solución: I'm afraid he has fallen off a ladder.
They carried out their plan. / He hoped (= simultáneo)
He hoped that they had carried out their plan.
She will have knocked at the door in his absence. / She imagined (después)
She imagined that she would have knocked at his door in his absence.
He has forgotten to set the alarm clock, and now he is still sleeping. / They thought (= después)
They thought that he had forgotten to set the alarm clock and was still sleeping.
Mary will catch a cold if she doesn't wear a coat. / The mother was afraid
The mother was afraid that Mary would catch a cold if she didn�t wear a coat.
Because of the bad weather they miss the performance of Tom. / He was afraid
He was afraid that they missed the performance of Tom because of the bad weather.
You will have to tell your nephew to put down the brush. / She thought
She thought that she would have to tell her nephew to put down the brush.
When they will come home, he will put the luggage on the carpet. / He imagined
He imagined that when they would come home he would have put the luggage on the carpet.
Her skirt will have been so short that he could see a lot of her legs. / He hoped
He had hoped that her skirt would be so short that he could have seen a lot of her leg.
They succeed in their project. / They wished very much
They wished very much that they succeeded in their project.
They had whispered in the theatre so loudly that one of the visitors lost his temper. / She imagined
She imagined that they had whispered in the theatre so loudly that one of the visitors had lost his temper.