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Uncompromising Global Perspective. 12 Issues for Rs. 500/- Only! Narration Rules 1. Raju said, Gita dances very well. 2. Rani said, Prince is not studying seriously. 3. Raju said that Gita danced very well. 4. Rani said that Prince was not studying seriously. In sentences 1 and 2, sentences are given in the form of exact words as spoken by the speaker. This is called Direct Speech or Direct form of Narration. In sentences 3 and 4 the exact words have not been used but only what has been said by the speaker; is given. This is called Indirect Speech or Indirect form of Narration. When the exact words used by the speaker are reproduced within inverted commas, it is called Direct speech. When the substance of a speech is conveyed in the reporters words, it is called Indirect Speech. In the Direct Speech, the sentence contains two parts. One is before comma; this is called Reporting Verb of the Narration. Other is within the inverted commas; it is called Reporting Speech. Direct Speech Indirect Speech The exact words are used within inverted commas Inverted commas are removed. ( ). The reported speech is introduced by the The first word of the reported speech begins with a conjunction that. capital letter. The exact words are not within inverted commas. A comma is put after the reporting verb to separate No comma is put after the reporting verb. it from the later part of the sentence. The tense of the reported speech changes in certain cases. If the reporting verb is in the Present Tense or Future Tensethe verb in the reported speech is not changed. Jack says, I am all right. Jack says that he is all right. The headmaster will say, The students will pass. The headmaster will say that the students will pass. If the reporting verb is in past tense and the Reported speech is in present tense,it changes into its corresponding past tense. Thus, Present indefinite changes into Past Indefinite. Present Continuous changes into Past Continuous. Present Perfect changes into Past Perfect. Present Perfect Continuous changes into Past Perfect Continuous. Under the same condition, Past Indefinite changes Past Perfect. Search into Search History: Past Continuous changes into Past Perfect Continuous.

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tonight changes into tomorrow changes into yesterday changes into last night changes into here changes into hither changes into ago changes into thus changes into hence changes into next week changes into next day changes into

that night the next day the previous day or the day before the previous night there thither before so then the following week the following day

In order to change Imperative Sentences into Indirect Speech, proceed as given: Change Reporting Verb into request/requested, beg/begged, order/ordered, command/commanded, advise/advised, according to the sense of the Reported Speech. Change the Verb of the Reported Speech into to +V 1 (First Form of the Verb) or not to + V1 . Let Can be used in several ways in Imperative Sentences. To make a proposal: In such a case, Reporting Verb is changed into propose/suggest and let is changed into should. To permit or persuade: In such cases, let is changed into let or might be allowed to. To express a condition or supposition: In such a case, let is changed into might.
Interrogative sentences: There are two types of Interrogative sentences. a.Sentences beginning with a word like What, When, Why, Where etc. b.Sentences beginning with some helping verb like do, does, is, am, are, was, were, has, have, had, can, could, should, may, might etc. Use If or whether as conjunction to introduce the reported speech in sentences belonging to type a above. Change the reporting verb say into ask enquire or demand etc. Change the question form into assertive form and remove the sign of interrogation (?). Do not use any conjunction to introduce the reported speech in sentences belonging to type a above. The conjunction that is not to be used to introduce the reported speech in any case. Exclamatory and Optative Sentences: The optative or exclamatory form is changed into Assertive form and dealth with accordingly. Search The Reporting verb is changed into some such verb or expression as, wish, bless, pray, exclaim, Search History: declare, confess, disapprove, say in astonishment etc., with such phrases as with regret, with Searching... delight or with joy, with sorrow, where needed. Result 00 of 00 All interjections or interjectional phrases are omitted and a new word or phrase is supplied in the principal 00 results for result for clause to express their meaning The conjunction that is used to introduce the Reported Speech. p. All other rules of change of pronouns and tenses are applied.

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