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Directions (1-10): In the following questions, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

Q1. The Teacher said to the children, “98% of Antarctica is covered by the Antarctic ice sheet.”

  1. The Teacher told the children that 98% of Antarctica was covered by the Antarctic ice sheet.
  2. The Teacher told the children that 98% of Antarctica is covered by the Antarctic ice sheet.
  3. The Teacher informed the children that 98% of Antarctica has been covered by the Antarctic ice sheet.
  4. The Teacher told the children that 98% of Antarctica had been covered by the Antarctic ice sheet.

 

Q2. Ankita said that she would not come for the class.

  1. Ankita said, “She may not come for the class.”
  2. Ankita said, “She would not come for the class.”
  3. Ankita said, “She may not come for the class.”
  4. Ankita said, “She will not come for the class.”

 

Q3. She said, “My daughter is sleeping now.”

  1. She said that her daughter was sleeping then.
  2. She said that her daughter must be sleeping then.
  3. She said that her daughter is sleeping now.
  4. She said that her daughter might be sleeping then.

 

Q4. Ashish said, “Hurrah! India has won the match.”

  1. Ashish exclaimed with joy that India won the match.
  2. Ashishsaid that India might win the match.
  3. Ashish exclaimed with joy that India had won the match.
  4. Ashish exclaimed that India was going to win the match.

 

Q5. Sachin requested his friend to help him in studies.

  1. Sachin demanded his friend, “Help me in studies.”
  2. Sachin said to his friend, “Please help me in studies.”
  3. Sachin ordered his friend, “Help him in studies.”
  4. Sachin said to his friend, “Will you help me in studies?”

 

Q6. The teacher said to Vishal, “I have not seen you for a long time.”

  1. The teacher told Vishal that he had not seen him for a long time.
  2. The teacher told Vishal that he would notsee him for a long time.
  3. The teacher told Vishal that he didn’t see him for a long time.
  4. The teacher told Vishal that he may not see him for a long time.

 

Q7. She told her friends, “This is my first visit to Switzerland.”

  1. She told her friends that that might be her first visit to Switzerland.
  2. She told her friends that it is her first visit to Switzerland.
  3. She told her friends that that was her first visit to Switzerland.
  4. She told her friends that that could be her first visit to Switzerland.

 

Q8. Meena said to her teacher, “I will not be late for school again.”

  1. Meena told her teacher that she will not be late for school again.
  2. Meena told her teacher that she should not be late for school again.
  3. Meena told her teacher that she might not be late for school again.
  4. Meena told her teacher that she would not be late for school again.

 

Q9.He said to me, “Are you a student?”

  1. He asked me if I was a student.
  2. He asked me if I were a student.
  3. He asked me if I could be a student.
  4. He told me that I am a student.

 

Q10. Vandana said, “I am sick.”

  1. Vandana said that she is sick.
  2. Vandana said that she must be sick.
  3. Vandana said that she has been sick.
  4. Vandana said that she was sick.

 

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE QUIZZES SOLUTIONS

 

S1. Ans.(b)

Sol. The correct answer is option b.

The given sentence is ‘Direct Speech’.

Direct Speech – Reporting the message of the speaker in the exact words as spoken by

him.

If there is a Universal Truth, Habitual Fact, Historical Fact, Proverb or an Imaginary Condition in the reported speech, then there is no change in its tense. There is no change even if the Tense of the Reporting Verb is past tense.

The sentence thus formed is – The Teacher told the children that 98% of Antarctica is covered by the Antarctic ice sheet.

 

S2. Ans.(d)

Sol. The correct answer is option d.

The given sentence is ‘Indirect Speech’.

Indirect Speech- Reporting the message of the speaker in your own words without any change in the meaning of the statement is called indirect speech.

The given sentence is an ‘Assertive Sentence.’

Sentences that make a statement are called assertive sentences. These sentences may be positive, negative, false, or true statements.

The sentence thus formed is – Ankita said, “She will not come for the class.”

 

S3. Ans.(a)

Sol. The correct answer is option a.

The given sentence is ‘Direct Speech’.

Direct Speech – Reporting the message of the speaker in the exact words as spoken by

him.

The given sentence is an ‘Assertive Sentence.’

Sentences that make a statement are called assertive sentences. These sentences may be positive, negative, false, or true statements.

While changing it into an indirect form, we consider following rules.

Reported Verb – ‘Said’ remains unchanged.

Conjunction – In the Assertive sentence conjunction ‘That’ is used.

‘Now’ changes to ‘Then’.

The sentence thus formed is – She said that her daughter was sleeping then.

 

S4. Ans.(c)

Sol. The correct answer is option c.

The given sentence is ‘Direct Speech’.

Direct Speech – Reporting the message of the speaker in the exact words as spoken by

him.

The given sentence is an ‘Exclamatory Sentence.’

Exclamatory sentence – The sentences that express our feelings and emotions are called exclamatory sentences. Exclamation marks are used at the end of an exclamatory sentence.

The sentence thus formed is – Ashish exclaimed with joy that India had won the match.

 

S5. Ans.(b)

Sol. The correct answer is option b.

The given sentence is ‘Indirect Speech’.

Indirect Speech- Reporting the message of the speaker in your own words without any change in the meaning of the statement is called indirect speech.

The given sentence is an ‘Imperative Sentence.’

Imperative Sentence – Imperative sentences give an order or direct command. These sentences may come in the form of advice, appeal, request, or order.

The sentence thus formed is – Sachin said to his friend, “Help me in studies.”

 

S6. Ans.(a)

Sol. The correct answer is option a.

The given sentence is ‘Direct Speech’.

Direct Speech – Reporting the message of the speaker in the exact words as spoken by

him.

The given sentence is an ‘Assertive Sentence.’

Sentences that make a statement are called assertive sentences. These sentences may be positive, negative, false, or true statements.

While changing it into an indirect form, we consider following rules.

Reported Verb – ‘Said to’ changes to ‘Told’.

Conjunction – In the Assertive sentence conjunction ‘That’ is used.

The sentence thus formed is – The teacher told Vishal that he had not seen him for a long time.

 

S7. Ans.(c)

Sol. The correct answer is option c.

The given sentence is ‘Direct Speech’.

Direct Speech – Reporting the message of the speaker in the exact words as spoken by

him.

The given sentence is an ‘Assertive Sentence.’

Sentences that make a statement are called assertive sentences. These sentences may be positive, negative, false, or true statements.

While changing it into an indirect form, we consider following rules.

Reported Verb – ‘Told’ remains unchanged.

Conjunction – In the Assertive sentence conjunction ‘That’ is used.

The sentence thus formed is – She told her friends that that was her first visit to Switzerland.

 

S8. Ans.(d)

Sol. The correct answer is option d.

The given sentence is ‘Direct Speech’.

Direct Speech – Reporting the message of the speaker in the exact words as spoken by

him.

The given sentence is an ‘Assertive Sentence.’

Sentences that make a statement are called assertive sentences. These sentences may be positive, negative, false, or true statements.

While changing it into an indirect form, we consider following rules.

Reported Verb – ‘Said to’ changes to ‘Told’.

Conjunction – In the Assertive sentence conjunction ‘That’ is used.

The sentence thus formed is – Meena told her teacher that she would not be late for school again.

 

S9. Ans.(a)

Sol. The correct answer is option a.

The given sentence is ‘Direct Speech’.

Direct Speech – Reporting the message of the speaker in the exact words as spoken by

him.

The given sentence is an ‘Interrogative Sentence.’

Sentences that ask questions are called interrogative sentences. Every interrogative sentence ends with a question mark. There are two main kinds of interrogative sentences. Those which start with an auxiliary verb and those which start with a question word such as what, why, when, where, how etc.

While changing it into an indirect form, we consider following rules.

Reported Verb – ‘Said to’ changes to ‘Asked.’

Conjunction – In the Interrogative sentence, conjunction ‘Whether/If’ is used.

The sentence thus formed is – He asked me if I was a student.

 

S10. Ans.(d)

Sol. The correct answer is option d.

The given sentence is ‘Direct Speech’.

Direct Speech – Reporting the message of the speaker in the exact words as spoken by

him.

The given sentence is an ‘Assertive Sentence.’

Sentences that make a statement are called assertive sentences. These sentences may be positive, negative, false, or true statements.

While changing it into an indirect form, we consider following rules.

Reported Verb – Said’ remains unchanged.

Conjunction – In the Assertive sentence conjunction ‘That’ is used.

The sentence thus formed is – Vandana said that she was sick.

 

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