The policeman asked the speeder for his license.
how do I turn that indirect quotation into a direct quotation?
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what do u mean?
if u r asking how to write it as the policeman talking, u can say:
"May I please see your license," the police man asked the speeder?
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"Can I have your license?" Asked the police.
indirect- not directly stated sometimes as 3rd person, the young boy asked his mother for ice cream money
direct- directly stated what happened sometimes first person- "mom can i have money for some ice cream"
exactly @magical_turtle thats what i did
@muscrat123 no you didn't indirect quotations DO NOT use quotation marks and it usually ends with a period
u turn it into a direct quotation, not indirect
@muscrat123 i understand im just providing knowledge for future questions
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so it would be
The police officer asked the speeder to show his license.
i wasnt criticizing u in any way i was just proving ur point srry i dont know y i do that. @magical_turtle