Almasha

Rewrite paragraph 3 of the lesson into Indirect Speech.

A fellow nurse came near me and asked, "Rahila, what are you doing? Fighting a lost battle?" I was shocked at first to hear a colleague making a hopeless comment. Then I replied. "I'm trying to make her brain process her sister's voice. Also, I am doing my best to ensure that her arms and legs get proper exercise. This might help her walk like a normal person." Meanwhile, a senior doctor on duty walked in. He gave me an ironic smile and said, "If you spend most of your duty hours on one patient, then we will have to recruit more nurses to attend to other patients. Please go and see other patients. We do not have much hope for her. I don't think that she can ever walk again"

Difficulty: Easy

A fellow nurse came near me and asked what I was doing. She said that I was fighting a lost battle. I was shocked at first to hear a colleague making a hopeless comment. Then I replied, that I was trying to make her brain process her sister's voice.Also. I was doing my best to ensure that her arms and legs get proper exercise. That might help her walk like a normal parson. Meanwhile, a senior doctor on duty walked in. He gave me an ironic smile and told me if I spend most of my duty hours on one patient, they would have to recruit more nurses to attend to other patients. He requested that I should go and see other patients. They do not have much hope for her. He did not think that she could ever walk again".