Change the direct statements to indirect discourse, prefixing He said.
For shall and will, should and would, in indirect discourse, see 438439.
How are should and would used in subordinate clauses, in indirect discourse?
In indirect discourse the usage is similar to that in direct statement.
But whichever tense be used in the summary, a past tense in indirect discourse or in indirect question remains unchanged.
The clause with that in indirect discourse is sometimes replaced by an infinitive clause ( 325).
Write five sentences in which indirect discourse is expressed by an infinitive clause ( 435).
The use of tenses in indirect questions is the same as in the indirect discourse ( 434).
Quotations introduced by that are regarded as in indirect discourse and not enclosed in quotation marks.
The ellipsis of the subordinate conjunction that is very common, especially in indirect discourse ( 388, 433).