MCQ Test on Narration6175

MCQ Test on Narration6175

MCQ Test on Narration6175

Select the correct answer

Q1. “He said that he had done the work”. The direct speech is-----.
He said, “I will do the work.”
He said, “The work will be done by me.”
He said, “He did the work.”
He said, “I do the work.”
Q2. Choose the correct indirect speech: She asked me, “Are you happy in your new job?”
She asked me if I had been happy in my new job.
She asked me if I was happy in my new job.
She asked me if I have been happy in my new job.
She asked me whether I am happy in my new job.
Q3. Luna said, "Where have you been yesterday?" Luna asked-----.
where she had been the day before.
where she had been yesterday.
where she was the day before.
where she could be the day before.
Q4. The indirect form of the sentence: We were told, “The match had already started when she arrived” is-----.
We were told the match had already started when she arrived.
We were told the match had already started when she had arrived.
We were told the match had already been started when she arrived.
We were told the match already started when she had arrived.
Q5. She exclaimed with joy that the bird was very lovely. Make it direct.
She said, “The bird is very lovely”.
She said, “It is a lovely bird”.
She said, “How lovely the bird is!”
She said, “How lovely is the bird!”
Q6. She said to him, “Are you an engineer?” Its indirect form of speech is:
She asked him that he was an engineer.
She said to him that he was an engineer.
She asked him if he was an engineer.
She said to him if he is an engineer.
Q7. Select the correct narration of the sentence: He said to me that I might come with him.
He said to me, “You may come with me”.
He said to me, “I may come with him”.
He said to me, “He may go with me”.
He said to me, “I could go with him”.
Q8. 'He questioned softly why I failed.' Change this sentence into reported speech.
He questioned softly, “Why do you fail?”
He questioned softly, “Why did I fail?”
He told softly, “Why have you failed?”
He said softly, “Why had I failed?”
Q9. “I will have a cup of tea”, my father said. (Make it indirect)
My father said that he will have a cup of tea.
My father said that he would have had a cup of tea.
My father said that he had a cup of tea.
My father said that he would have a cup of tea.
Q10. My friend said to me, “Go home at once.”
My friend asked me go home at once.
My friend asked me to go home at once.
My friend said me go home at once.
My friend told me to went home at once.
Q11. Brinda said to me, 'What is your name? (What is the indirect form of the sentence?)
Brinda asked what was my name
Brinda asked me my name.
What my name is, Brinda asked.
Brinda asked me what my name was.
Q12. He said to me, “Why have you beaten my dog?” (Make it indirect).
He enquired me why had I had beaten his dog.
He demanded me why had I beaten his dog.
He demanded of me why I had beaten his dog.
He asked me why I have had beaten his dog.
Q13. The old man said, “Curse the flood.” The indirect form of the sentence is-----.
The old man said that the flood be cursed.
The old man cursed the flood.
The old man told that the flood is cursed.
The old man was cursing the flood.
Q14. He said, “I can do the work.” The indirect narration is-----.
He said that he will do the work.
He said that he could do the work.
He said that he can do the work.
He told that he could do the work.
Q15. The indirect form of the sentence: He said, “We cannot be quite happy in this life” should be-----.
He said that we could not be quite happy in this life.
He said that we cannot be quite happy in this life.
He said that they cannot be quite happy in this life.
He said that we cannot be quite happy in this life.