Direct Reported Speech - Solved Examples


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Answer - C

Explanation

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted".


Answer - A

Explanation

When converting statements from reported speech to direct speech, "was, were" becomes "am, is, are"/ "him, her" becomes "you"/"had" becomes "has, have"/words like "ordered, sternly spoke, shouted" becomes exclamation mark.


Answer - A

Explanation

When converting statements from reported speech to direct speech, "was, were" becomes "am, is, are"/ "him, her" becomes "you"/"had" becomes "has, have"/words like "ordered, sternly spoke, shouted" becomes exclamation mark.


Answer - C

Explanation

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".


Answer - C

Explanation

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".


Answer - A

Explanation

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".


Answer - D

Explanation

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".


Answer - A

Explanation

When converting statements from reported speech to direct speech, "was, were" becomes "am, is, are"/ "him, her" becomes "you"/"had" becomes "has, have"/words like "ordered, sternly spoke, shouted" becomes exclamation mark. Words like "pleaded, requested" become "please, kindly".


Answer - D

Explanation

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".


Answer - A

Explanation

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".



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