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Introduction Of Narration(Direct and Indirect speech) (in Hindi)
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In this lesson there will be brief description of introduction of narration (direct speech and indirect speech)with proper definitions and examples, explanation to make it easy to understand.

Shalini Bhatt
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are sir doubt push sakte hai kya aap se
Nitish Kumar
7 months ago
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mam how will we solve this sentence 'no,it is not,"she said
mam how will we solve this sentence 'no,it is not,"she said
hlo mam The last one is past perfect con. or futur perfect con...
Shalini Bhatt
a year ago
that should be future perfect continuous....typing mistake hai sir
  1. SHALINI BHATT(English Educator Teaching experience of 4 years BSC Honours Hobbies Reading novels, writing and painting Follow me on: https://unacademy.com/user/ShaliniBhatt


  2. NARRATION (Direct and Indirect speech) Presented by: SHALINI BHATT.


  3. NARRATION: The word narration means to say' or 'to assert'. Based on this any statement made by a speaker may be presented in two forms- 1) Direct speech 2) Indirect speech


  4. Direct speech-The statement is presented using similar words(according to context) Indirect speech-The statement is presented using our own words.


  5. Reporter- The one who speaks Reporting verb- The verb used by the speaker. Reporting speech- What is in the inverted commas Verb of Reported speech-The verb that lies in the inverted commas.


  6. Example- My friend said to me, 'I am going to perform in the show. Reporter- friend Reporting verb- said to Reporting speech-'1 am...he show' Verb of Reported speech- going to perform


  7. TENSE 1) Present tense 2) Past tense 3) Future tense


  8. Present tense Simple present Subject + V1(s or es) + object He eats an apple Subject+ is/am/are + V4(ing) + object He is eating an apple. Present continuous Subject + has/have V 3 + object He has eaten an apple. Present perfect Present perfect continuous Subject + has/have +been + V4+object+time He has been eating an apple for 2 hours.


  9. Past tense Simple past Subject + V2 + object He ate an apple. Subject + was/were+ VA(ing)+object He was eating an apple. Past continuous Past perfect Subject + had + V3 + object He had eaten an apple. Past perfect continuous Subject + had +been V4+ object+ time He had been eating an apple for 2 hours.


  10. Future tense Subject+ will/shall + V1 + object He will eat an apple. Simple future Subject+ will/shall+ be + V4(ing) + object He will be eating an apple. Future continuous Subject+ will/shall + have V3 + object He will have eaten an apple. Future perfect Past perfect cant. Subject +will/shall+have been+ V4+ object+ time He will have been eating an apple for 2 hours.