I've been struggling with this exercise:
"Let's drive on to the next village and try the hotel there," he said. "But what'll we do if that's full too?" I said. "We'll just have to sleep in the car," he said, "it will be too late to try anywhere else."
I have to report this paragraph due tomorrow using verbs that are not ask, say or tell.
I began like this:
He suggested driving on to the next village and trying the hotel there. -- I now don't know how to start the next sentence.
This is my try: I wondered (/questioned) what we would do if that was full too.
Continuing -- He replied that we would just have to sleep in the car, and added that it would be too late to try anywhere else.
Thank you for answers.
Also, I wanted to know how to "backshift": tomorrow, next day, and following day.
I know tomorrow has to be converted into the next day, and next day has to be converted into the following day; what to convert the following day into?
Same as the above, do I have to convert 'in the morning' to anything? My best guess would be 'in that morning'. Is this true?
Thank you in advance.