Practice Set for Direct & Indirect Speech / Narration – 1

In this post we are providing you the Practice Set 1 for the use of Narration / Direct and Indirect Speech keeping in view the upcoming Written exams. You can prepare the Rules of Narration from here.

Narration is one of the important topics of English Grammar. After reading the rules of Direct and Indirect speech, you need to shift your focus more and more on the Practice Sets. Here you will find Practice Set 1. Later we will provide Practice Sets 1, 2, 3 ans so on.

Narration – Sentences for Practice ( 1 ) –

  1. She said to me ,” I like you very much.”
  2. I said to her,” Why do you like me ?”
  3. Rudra said to Kinjal,” Are you stupid ?”
  4. Kinjal said to her father,” Bring me a car.”
  5. John said to me ,” Do you know where he is ?”
  6. She said,” What a tall boy you are !”
  7. The students said,” Alas ! We are fail again.”
  8. Kinjal said ,” Hurrah ! I have won the scholarship “
  9. The teacher says,” Rose smells sweet .”
  10. I said to him,” When I went there, he was sleeping.”
  11. She said to me,” I had been waiting for you for two hours.”
  12. I said,” Well, you have completed this task.”
  13. Jessy said to Harley,” May I borrow your book?”
  14. I said to my teacher,” Good morning, sir.”
  15. Mona said to me,” You know me, don’t you?”

Solution of Narration Practice Set – 1

  1. She told me that she liked me very much.
  2. I asked her why she liked me.
  3. Rudra asked Kinjal if she was stupid.
  4. Kinjal told her father to bring her a car.
  5. John asked me if I knew where he was.
  6. She exclaimed with wonder that you were a very tall boy.
  7. The students exclaimed with sorrow that they were fail again.
  8. Kinjal exclaimed with joy that she had won the scholarship.
  9. The teacher says that Rose smells sweet.
  10. I told him that when I went there, he was sleeping.
  11. She told me that I had been waiting for you for two hours.
  12. I said that you had completed that task. ( words like well, OK are removed )
  13. Jessy asked Harley if she might borrow his book.
  14. I wished good morning to my teacher.
  15. Mona asked me if I knew her. ( Question Tags are removed )
Updated: December 1, 2015 — 7:14 pm

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  1. Hi Sir/Ma'am
    Not very comfortable with "liked" in the first two sentences.
    I think "likes" is a better word.

    1. It depends upon the situation. Likes and liked both are correct. May be she doesn't like the the person now.

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