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Narration : List 2 (in Hindi)
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The lesson covers important questions of Direct and Indirect speech for SSC CGL and CHSL aspirants and for other government examinations

Neharika Jayani is teaching live on Unacademy Plus

Neharika Jayani
Sr. Lecturer & Online Educator-Maths & English, Teaches for Govt. Exams Like SSC, Railways, Bank, CDS,

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sir nuclear physics kb strt hoga ..mra alp k exam 14ko hai ..
hello mam mujhe aap k is practice set se kaafi help mili h
Madam k khud k concepts clear ni h. Jaha concept batane ki bari aati h waha madam goli dene lagti h
ma'am when to use if and when to whether !!!
  1. Master List Direct and Indirect Narration NEHARIKA JAY AN


  2. DIRECT AND INDIRECT NARRATION Q6. Kiran asked me. "Did you see the cricket match on television last night. (A) Kiran asked me whether I had seen the cricket match on television the earlier night (Incorrect words used) (B) Kiran asked me whether I had seen the cricket match(D)The boy wondered who dared call a thief on television the previous night. (Correct) (C) Kiran asked me whether I saw the cricket match on television the earlier night (Incorrect change of tense) (D) Kiran asked me did I see the cricket match or television last night. (Incorrect change of tense) 07. The boy said. "Who dare call you a thief?" (A) The boy enquired who dared call him a thief. (B) The boy asked who called him a thief. (C) The boy told that who dared call him a thief.


  3. DIRECT AND INDIRECT NARRATION Q8. She exclaimed with sorrow that was a very miserable plight (A) She said with sorrow. "What a pity it is" (Incorrect change of pronoun) (B) She said. "What a mystery it is." (Meaning changed) (C) She said. "What a miserable sight it is. ncorrect change of pronoun) (D) She said. "What a miserable plight it is." (Correct) a9. He said."Be quiet and l sten to my words." (A) He urged them to be quiet and isten to his words (Correct) (B) He said they should be quiet and listen to his words (Incorrect word used) (C) He urged them and said be quiet and listen to words (pronoun is missing) (D) He said you my words Incorrect word used) should be quiet and isten to


  4. DIRECT AND INDIRECT NARRATION 010. Dhruv said that he was sick and tired of working for that company (A) Dhruv said. "I am sick and tired of working for this company." (Correct) (B) Dhruv said. "He was tired of that company. (Incorrect change of tense) (C) Dhruv said to me. "l am sick and tired of working for this (C) A soft voice from my back asked if I were alone. company" (Incorrect word used) (D) Dhruv said, T will be tired of working for that company." (D) A soft voice behind me asked if I was alone. (correct) (Incorrect change of tense) Q11. "Are you alone, my son?" asked a soft voice close behind me. (A) A soft voice asked that what I was doing there alone (Incorrect connecting word) (B) A soft voice said to me are you alone son. (Incorrect Reporting Verb) (Incorrect words used) 4


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