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Narration (Direct and Indirect Speech) : Type 1 - English Grammar

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Narration (Direct and Indirect Speech)

 

Type 1

 

Type 1 

For Class 8th Or Learners

Asserative Sentenses: 

A. Change into Indirect speech of nirration. 

 

  1. He said to me, “I am a good boy.”
  2. They said to us, “We are ready to go.”
  3. She said to me, “I am able to do anything.”
  4. He said to his friend, “I have many things to do.”
  5. She said to me, “I go to school daily.”                                                                                                    
  6. Sita said to her mother, “I write a letter for father.”
  7. Saroj said to us, “I shall not prepare for these exams.”
  8. You said to me, “I was a poor boy.”
  9. He said to me, “I was not able to read.”
  10. She said to him, “I was the most beautiful girl of my school.”
  11. The teacher said to me, “I had broken my tray.”
  12. They said to us, “We were busy yesterday.”
  13. He said to her, “I shall kill you tomorrow.”
  14. His father said to me, “I will help you for ever.”
  15. His mother said to him, “I am just like your mother.”
  16.  They said to me, “I have done my work.”
  17. He said to me, “I had finished my work.”
  18. She said to me, “I have spoiled his work.”
  19. You said to me, “I am the best of all.”
  20. The teacher said to us, “I shall allow to pass you.”

 

B. Change into Indirect speech of nirration. 

 

  1. The doctor said to me, “You will be hospitalized soon.
  2. They said to him, “You can do your all the works.”
  3. He said to me, “You keep your word.”
  4. She said to me, “You love me very much.”
  5. They said to him, “You are going now.”
  6. The stranger said to me, “You will live with me.”
  7. Ram said to his sister, “You are my elder sister.”
  8. I said to my father, “You should not help him.”
  9. I said to my sister, “You eat your food.”
  10. He said to her, “You have lost my watch.”  
  11. They said to us, “You were in trouble yesterday.”
  12. The doctor said to me, “I will hospitalize you soon.
  13. They said to him, “I can do your all the works.”
  14. He said to me, “I keep my word.”
  15. She said to me,” I love you very much.”
  16. They said to him, “We are going now.”
  17. The stranger said to me, “I shall live with you.”
  18. Ram said to his sister, “I am your elder brother.”
  19. I said to my father, “I should not help him.”
  20. I said to my sister, “I eat your food.”

 

C. Change into Indirect speech of nirration. ​

 

  1. They said to us, “We were in trouble yesterday.”
  2. The officer said to the peon, “I was not here.”
  3. The peon said to man, “I can not do your work.”
  4. My mother said to me, “I cook food daily for you.”
  5. My sister said to me, “I made coffee yesterday.”
  6. My coach said to me, “I am teaching you now.”
  7. Her mother said to her, “I was taking a chance for you.”
  8. Some ladies said to me, “we always support you.”
  9. He said to his father, “I am going to make suicide.”
  10. They said to me, “we shall have reached the station tomorrow.”
  11. I said to you, “I should not abuse him.”
  12. He said to me, “I shouted him.”
  13. She said to me, “I decided to see a movie.”
  14. He said to her, “I took much money yesterday.”
  15. You said to me, “I crossed the road by a wheele.”

 

D. Change into indirect speech of nirration: 

(1) My father said to me, “I will not go to office today”.

(2) Meera said to me, “you do not help me in my work”.

(3) He said to her, “You are not a good artist”.

(4) Sonu said to his friend, “I send a letter to my friend yesterday”.

(5) Deepak said to me, “Two and two makes four”.

(6) I said to my mother, I shall not go to market now”.

(7) He said to me, “He was busy yesterday”.

(8) Moti said to his master, “You are not present in the meeting.”

(9) She said to the shopkeeper, “You do not have the objects that I need”.

(10) My friends said to me, “We are going to visit Shilma tomorrow”.

 

Interrogative Sentenses: 

 

 

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