MCQ Test on Narration7690

MCQ Test on Narration7690

MCQ Test on Narration7690

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Q1. He said to her, “What a cold day!” The indirect speech of this is:
He told her that it was a cold day.
He exclaimed that it was a cold day.
He exclaimed sorrowfully that it was a cold day.
He exclaimed that it was a very cold day.
Q2. He asked me-----.
-whether I have done the job the previous day.
-whether I had done the job yesterday.
-whether I had done the job the previous day.
-whether had I done the job the previous day.
Q3. He said, “Where are my glasses?” Its indirect form is-----.
He asked where are my glasses.
He asked where were his glasses.
He asked where his glasses were.
He asked where his glasses had been.
Q4. The correct indirect speech of: He said to me, “Never move very fast”.
He forbade me to move very fast.
He requested me not to move very fast.
He said to me that I should not move very fast.
He told me don't move very fast.
Q5. He said to me, “Do you know me?” Its indirect speech is:
He asked me if I know him.
He said do I know him.
He asked me if I knew him.
He asked me if did know him.
Q6. A waitress asked me if I would like to have a cup of tea. (Make it direct)
A waitress asked me, “Would you like to have a cup of tea?”
A waitress told me, “Would you like to have a cup of tea?”
A waitress wanted to know, “Would you like to have a cup of tea?”
A waitress said to me, “Would you like to have a cup of tea?”
Q7. The headmaster says, “The Inspector will visit our school at 11 am today.”
The headmaster says that the Inspector will visit their school at 11 am today.
The headmaster said that the inspector will visit their school at 11 am today.
The headmaster said that the Inspector is being visit their school at 11 am today.
The headmaster said that today at 11 am the Inspector must visit their school.
Q8. Choose the correct indirect speech: She asked me, “Are you happy in your 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.
She asked me if I had been happy in my new job.
Q9. You said to me, “You are right”. Indirect form is-----.
You told me that I was right.
You told me that I am right.
You told me that you are right.
You told me that I were right.
Q10. The teacher said, “Thank you, my boys”. The indirect narration of the sentence is-----.
The teacher said that thank you my boys.
The teacher told the boys and thanked them.
The teacher thanked the boys.
The boys were thanked by the teacher.
Q11. I said to him, “Is he a doctor?” (Indirect)
I said to him that he was a doctor.
I said to him whether he is a doctor.
I asked him whether he is a doctor.
I asked him whether he was a doctor.
Q12. The indirect form of the sentence: She said to him, “I don't believe you” should be:
She told to him that she did not believe him.
She said to him that she had not believed him.
She said she did not believe him.
She said to him that she never believed him.
Q13. The indirect form of the sentence: He said, “Let us go for a walk.” is-----.
He said that they must go for a walk.
He suggested that they should go for a walk.
He proposed that they would go for walk.
He proposed to go for walk.
Q14. My teacher asked me-----.
-what my name was and where did I come from.
-what was my name and where I came from.
-what my name is and where I come from.
-what my name was and where I came from.
Q15. The indirect speech of: He said to her, “What a cold day!” is-----.
He told her that it was a cold day.
He exclaimed sorrowfully that it was a cold day.
He exclaimed sadly that it was a cold day.
He exclaimed that it was a very cold day.