speech on punctuality
Put the following in Direct Speech:
1. He asked Rama to go with him.
2. He replied that he had promised to reward his soldiers and that he had kept his word.
3. He told us that he had waited an hour.
4. The lady inquired if he was now quite well again.
5. Rama replied that he could not do so.
Turn the following into Indirect Speech:
1. He said to me, " I have often told you not to play with fire."
2. One day he sent for Cassim and said to him, " You are now old enough to earn your living, so you must set off, and make your own way in the world."
3. " You have all done very badly!" remarked the teacher.
4. He wrote and said, ' I am unable to come just now because I am ill,but i will certainly start as soon as I am well enough to do so."
5. They wrote, ' It is time we thought about setting this matter.'
1. The teacher promised, "If you will come before school tomorrow, I will explain it."
2. She wrote, "I am waiting and watching and longing for my son's return."
3. The examiner's orders were, " No one is to bring books into the room nor ask me questions about what I have told you to do."
4. The dwarf said to her, " Promise me that when you are Queen you will give me your first-born child."
5. "That is my horse', said he,'and if I do not prove it in a few minutes I will give up my claim."
Put the following in Indirect Speech:
1. 'What a rare article milk is, to be sure, in London!'" said Mr. Squeers with a sigh.
2. ' Ah me!' exclaimed the Queen,'What a rash and bloody deed you have done!'
3. He said, " How cruel of him!"
4. He said, 'What a pity you did not come!'
5. He said,'Alas! our foes are too strong.'
1. 'Cheer up, mother, I'll go and get work somewhere,' said Jack.
2. But the sea-god cried,' Do not be afraid,noble prince. I have taken pity on you and will help you.'
3. 'No', said the child; 'I won't kneel, for if I do, I shall spoil my new breeches.'
4. 'What a horse they are losing for want of skill and spirit to manage him!' exclaimed Alexander.
5. Telemachus replied,'How can I drive away the mother,who bore me and nourished me?"
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1. 'Bring me a drink of milk,' said the swami to the villagers.
2. He said to me, ' Wait until I come.'
3. 'Hurry up,' he said to his servant, ' do not waste time.'
4. 'Go down to the bazaar. Bring me some oil and a lump of ice.' ordered his master.
5. 'Sit down,boys,' said the teacher.
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It is suggested that more practice worksheets of English Grammar for class VI be added to facilitate better workout for students.
Please check my answers are correct or not.
Q1. The child said to angel, "What are you doing?"
The angel said, " I am making a nice little house for you."
Ans:- The child asked angel what she was doing.
The angel replied that she was making a nice little house for him.
Q2. The teacher said to Meenu, "Do not make a noise in the class."
Meenu said, "I am sorry, Ma'am."
Ans The teacher ordered Meenu not to make noise in the class.
Meenu said sorry to the Ma'am.
Q3. I said to Amit, "How much money do you have?"
Amit said, "I have only fifty rupees."
Ans I enquired of Amit that how much money he had.
Amit replied that he had fifty rupees only.
Q4. Sapna said to me, "Can you help me to draw these pictures?"
I said to her, "I do not know how to draw."
Ans Sapna asked me if I could help her to draw these pictures.
I replied her gently that I did not know to draw.
Q5. The manager said to Pawan, "Why did you not come to office yesterday?"
Pawan said, "I was not well."
Ans The manager enquired of Pawan why he had not came to office the previous day.
Pawan replied that he had not been well.
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