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Asmita's Question Bank (Science)- XII • 2063 Q. No. 3
Report the following remarks, beginning He told me ...
a. I've had my hair cut:
b. I'm reading that book you lent me.
c. I wasn't invited to the party.
d. The price of petroleum product's going to go up.
e. I'll tell her when I see her.
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