I said to him, “I am very angry with you.” Change into Indirect Speech

I said to him, “I am very angry with you.” Change into Indirect Speech

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  1. Indirect Speech: I told him that I was very angry with him.

    Explanation: When the reporting verb is in the past (said) and the direct speech is in the present indefinite tense (simple present tense), then the indirect (reported) speech will change into the past indefinite tense.

    Present Indefinite Tense > Past Indefinite Tense.

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