Change the following into Reported Speech:
1. You said, “It may rain.”
2. The doctor said to Meena, “The change of climate will benefit you.”
3. You said to me, “I am the youngest child in my family.”
4. I said to my brother, “You are very kind to me.”
5. She said to me, “I am helping you.”
6. You said, “He is a fine singer.”
7. He said to her, “You are your own counsel.”
8. I said to him, “You may take my car.”
9. He said to me, “I want your help.”
10. She said to him, “I don’t believe you.”
11. The teacher said, “Boys, I shall not teach you tomorrow.”
12. He said to his wife, “I shall do whatever you like.”
13. He said to me, “I hope to see you tomorrow.”
14. They said to us, “Your problem is not as great as ours.”
15. Ramesh said, “The bell has gone.”
16. My friend said, “I will see you tomorrow.”
17. Rohit said to me, “I met Amit last year.”
18. She said, “Meenu is dancing.”
19. She said, “It is very hot today.”
20. He said, “I am a student.”
21. You said, “I do my duty honestly.”
22. The Principal said, “I want these boys to come to me today in my office.”
23. He said, “This matter will be decided here and now.”
24. I said, “You can go now.”
25. She said, “Man is mortal.”
26. Mother said, “God is present everywhere.”
27. He said, “India has won the match.”28. She said to her brother, “I am doing my work.”
29. He said, “All your faults will be pardoned if you confess now.”
30. He said to her, “I cannot stay here any longer.”
Interrogative Sentences
Change the following into Reported Speech:
1. Krish said, “When will you come back Radha?”
2. The boy said, “Is this not the place we came before?”
3. She said to me, “Can you lend me your book?”
4. She said, “Where did you find it, Nikhil?”
5. Mr. James said, “Is Mr. Paul at home?”
6. The stranger said to me, “Why don’t you help me now?”
7. “Will you not help me to solve this sum?” said Aryan to his friend.
8. He said to me, “Will you accompany me to the market?”
9. I said, “Who are you, what is your name and how old are you?”
10. “Do you want a pen or a pencil?” the shopkeeper asked Mike.
11. The teacher said, “Samar, what are you doing?”
12. He said to me, “Why are you late today?”
13. The father said to his son, “Are you going to keep me waiting all night?”
14. “What is the matter with you today?” said the businessman to his partner.
15. He said to her, “May I use your telephone?”
16. She said to her brother, “Have you sent a parcel to my friend?”
17. I said to my mother, “Where have you kept my watch?”
18. I said to the doctor, “Is the patient out of danger?”
19. “Did you sleep well last night?” said my hostess.
20. “How did the accident happen?” the doctor asked.​

1. You said, “It may rain.”       
You said that it might rain.
2. The doctor said to Meena, “The change of climate will benefit you.”
The doctor advised Meena that a change of climate would benefit her.
3. You said to me, “I am the youngest child in my family.”
You told me that you were the youngest child in the family.
4. I said to my brother, “You are very kind to me.”
I told my brother that he was very kind to me.
5. She said to me, “I am helping you.”
She told me that she is helping me.

I have solved a few of the sentences. The rest of them should be done on your own. However if you find any difficulty then do get back to us.

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1. You said that it might rain.
2. The doctor told Meena that the change of climate would benefit her.
3. You told me that I was the youngest child in the family.
4. I told my brother that he was very kind to me.
5. She told me that she was helping me.
6. He said that he was a fine singer.
7. He told her that you are your own counsel.
8. I told him that he may take my car.
9. He told me that he wanted my help.
10. She told him that she didn't believe him.
11. The teacher told the boys that she shouldn't teach them the next day.
12. He told his wife that he should do whatever she liked.
13. He told me that he hoped to see me the next day.
14. They told us that our problem was not as great as theirs.
15. Ramesh said that the bell had gone.
16. My friend said that he will see me the next day.
17. Rohit told me that he had met amit the year before.
18. She said that Meenu was dancing.
19. She said that it was very hot that day.
20. He said that he was a student.
21. He said that I did my duty honestly.
22. The pricipal said that he wanted those boys to come that day to his office.
23. He said that that matter would be decided there and then.
24. I said that he could go then.
25. She said that man is mortal.
26. Mother said that god is present everywhere.
27. He said that India had won the match.
28. She told her brother that she was doing her work.
29. He said that all his faults would be pardoned if he confessed then.
30. He told her that he could not stay there any longer.
INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES
1. Krish asked Radha when would she come back.
2. The boy asked that it was not the place they had come before.
3. She asked me if I could lend my book.
4. She asked Nikhil where he had found it.
 MY GOODNESS I AM TIRED BUT PLZ DO GIVEME THUMS UP.
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