MCQ Test on Narration3145

MCQ Test on Narration3145

MCQ Test on Narration3145

Select the correct answer

Q1. “Please don't go away” he said.
He said please him and not to go away.
He told me not to go away.
He begged that I not go away.
He begged me not to go away.
Q2. My friend said to me, “Let us go, you and I.” The correct indirect speech is-----.
My friend proposed to me that they might go.
My friend requested me that we could go.
My friend proposed to me that we should go.
My friend suggested that we might be allowed to go.
Q3. “I can play ten musical instruments”, she-----.
boasts
pleaded
shouted
demanded
Q4. Ricky called me a liar. Make direct speech.
Ricky said to me, “You were a liar”.
Ricky says to me, “You are a liar”.
Ricky told me, “You are a liar”.
Ricky said to me, “You are a liar”.
Q5. Turn into the indirect form of speech: “How cruel the boss is!” said the clerk.
The clerk said that the boss was very cruel.
The clerk exclaimed that the boss was very cruel.
The clerk told that the boss is very cruel.
The clerk describe that the boss was very cruel.
Q6. He said that he had done the work. The direct speech is-----.
He said, “I will do the work”.
He said, “The work will done by me”.
He said, “I do the work”.
He said, “He did the work”.
Q7. He said, “I went to Tangail.” (Indirect)
He said that had he gone to Tangail.
He said that I had gone to Tangail.
He said that he had gone to Tangail.
He said that he went to Tangail.
Q8. The indirect speech of the sentence: Sally said to me, “Please get me a drink”:
Sally told me to get a drink for her.
Sally asked me to get her a drink.
Sally told me to get a drink.
Sally inquired me to have a drink for her.
Q9. Identify the indirect form of the sentence: He said, “You had better see a doctor?”
He proposed to see a doctor.
He advised him to see a doctor.
He suggested that he saw a doctor.
He advised that he should see a doctor.
Q10. Choose appropriate reporting verb: ‘She-----(say) that I should take holiday.’
informed
advised
told
requested
Q11. The correct reported form of the sentence: He said to me, “You will get the result of your COVID-19 test tomorrow.”
He told me that I would get the result of my COVID-19 test the next day.
He said I would get the result of my COVID-19 test tomorrow.
He told me that I get the result of my COVID-19 test the next day.
He told me that I will be getting the result of my COVID-19 test.
Q12. He said to me, “You were rich, weren't you?” Which one is the correct from the following options of narration change:
He asked me if I wasn't rich, wasn't I.
He asked me if I was rich.
He asked me if I have been rich.
He asked me if I had been rich.
Q13. He said, “Let us wait for the award.”
He proposed that they should wait for the award.
He suggested that they would wait for the award.
The argued that they should wait for the award.
He opted that they will wait for the award.
Q14. Mina said to me, “I was ill.” Indirect speech of the sentence is-----.
Mina told me that she has been ill.
Mina said to me that she was ill.
Mina told me that I had been ill.
Mina told me that she had been ill.
Q15. Change the narration. He said to me, “Let us go home together”.
He proposed to me to go home together.
He proposed to me that we should go home together.
He asked me to go home together.
He urged me to go home with him.