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REPORTED SPEECH( CHAPTER – 8) : HOW TO CHANGE OPTATIVE SENTENCES ( Direct Indirect / Narrations )

An Optative sentence expresses WISH CURSE PRAY Sentences often start with ‘ May’ adding an exclamation mark. May you live long ! May you go to hell ! Good morning ! HOW TO CHANGE a. Comma and Inverted commas( ,” “) witll be changed into conjunction – that b. Optative sentence will be changed intoContinue reading “REPORTED SPEECH( CHAPTER – 8) : HOW TO CHANGE OPTATIVE SENTENCES ( Direct Indirect / Narrations )”

REPORTED SPEECH (Chapter-7)HOW TO CHANGE EXCLAMATORY SENTENCES ( Direct Indirect / Narrations )

EXCLAMATORY ARE THE STATEMENTS THAT SHOW HAPPINESS SORROW SURPRISE REGRET APPLAUSE Following are the words that express HAPPIENES –     Hurrah! Oh ! SORROW–        Alas! Ah ! Oh ! SURPRISE-         Wow !What a great , How REGRET  –    Oh my goodness ! APPLAUD/PRAISE-         Bravo ! Well Done !    HOW TO CHANGE a. Comma andContinue reading “REPORTED SPEECH (Chapter-7)HOW TO CHANGE EXCLAMATORY SENTENCES ( Direct Indirect / Narrations )”

REPORTED SPEECH(Chapter 6 B): IMPERATIVE SENTENCES: SUGGESTIONS STARTING WITH LET US, LET’S AND LET + ( ME, YOU, THEM, HIM, HER, IT) ( Direct Indirect / Narrations )

II. TYPE 2: Request / Advice – beginning with – Let +us Sometimes Imperative sentences start with LET US. So if the request advice starts with The changes will take place in the following ways:- a. Reporting Verb Reported Speech   said/ Said to /told   proposed / suggested   said/ Said to /told+ object proposedContinue reading “REPORTED SPEECH(Chapter 6 B): IMPERATIVE SENTENCES: SUGGESTIONS STARTING WITH LET US, LET’S AND LET + ( ME, YOU, THEM, HIM, HER, IT) ( Direct Indirect / Narrations )”

REPORTED SPEECH : (Chapter 6A) : IMPERATIVE SENTENCES: HOW TO CHANGE ORDER, REQUEST, ADVICE ( Direct Indirect / Narrations )

As we know ,all the sentences that express – order, requests , advice, suggestions, are called Imperative Sentences. They are again sub divided as I. TYPE1: Request / Advice / Order –     beginning with main Verb / Do not II. TYPE 2: Request / Advice / Order–     beginning with Let +us III. TYPE 3: RequestContinue reading “REPORTED SPEECH : (Chapter 6A) : IMPERATIVE SENTENCES: HOW TO CHANGE ORDER, REQUEST, ADVICE ( Direct Indirect / Narrations )”

REPORTED SPEECH (Chapter-5): HOW TO CHANGE AN INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE/STATEMENT

  Basic points to ponder:- KINDS OF INTERROGATIVE As we know ,there are two kinds of Interrogative sentences:- Type 1 – That start with Auxiliary Verb Type 2 – That start with ‘ Wh family’ words Type 2 is again sub divided in 2 parts Type 2a. question words starting with Wh family words TypeContinue reading “REPORTED SPEECH (Chapter-5): HOW TO CHANGE AN INTERROGATIVE SENTENCE/STATEMENT”

REPORTED SPEECH:(Chapter-4): HOW TO CHANGE THE PERSON & ADVERB OF TIME IN REPORTED SPEECH

Before learning how to change the person of a Reported Speech,try to Understand the following chart:-   PERSONS AND CASES OF A PRONOUN     A Pronoun has 3 persons & 4 cases :- Person Nominative Case(Subject)   ObjectiveCase(Object) PossessiveCase ReflexiveCase I     I We Me Us My Our Myself / Ourselves II YouContinue reading “REPORTED SPEECH:(Chapter-4): HOW TO CHANGE THE PERSON & ADVERB OF TIME IN REPORTED SPEECH”

Reported Speech: DIRECT INDIRECT (Chapter- 2 & 3)If Reported Verb is in Present/Future Tense / Past Tense WITH EXERCISES: CBSE BASES REPORTED SPEECH

HOW TO CHANGE THE TENSE OF REPORTED SPEECH It is very important to understand how to change ‘SAY’ differently according to different tenses because one single wrong use of SAY will lead you to a wrong formation of the result, consequently your complete sentences will be marked wrong. So be very much attentive while changingContinue reading “Reported Speech: DIRECT INDIRECT (Chapter- 2 & 3)If Reported Verb is in Present/Future Tense / Past Tense WITH EXERCISES: CBSE BASES REPORTED SPEECH”

REPORTED SPEECH RULES: NARRATION: INDIRECT SPEECH (Chapter-1) Introduction: What is a Reported Speech / Narration?

Reported Speech
Part 1
Introduction

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