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Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 1

"If you don't keep quiet I shall shoot you", he said to her in a calm voice.

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 1

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 2

I told him that he was not working hard.

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 2

When converting statements from reported speech to direct speech, "was, were" becomes "am, is, are"/ "him, her" becomes "you"/"had" becomes "has, have"/words like "ordered, sternly spoke, shouted" becomes exclamation mark.

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 3

His father ordered him to go to his room and study.

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 3

When converting statements from reported speech to direct speech, "was, were" becomes "am, is, are"/ "him, her" becomes "you"/"had" becomes "has, have"/words like "ordered, sternly spoke, shouted" becomes exclamation mark.

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 4

He said to his father, "Please increase my pocket-money."

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 4

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 5

She said that her brother was getting married.

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 5

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 6

The boy said, "Who dare call you a thief!"

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 6

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 7

She exclaimed with sorrow that was a very miserable plight.

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 7

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested"

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 8

Dhruv said that he was sick and tired of working for that company.

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 8

When converting statements from reported speech to direct speech, "was, were" becomes "am, is, are"/ "him, her" becomes "you"/"had" becomes "has, have"/words like "ordered, sternly spoke, shouted" becomes exclamation mark. Words like "pleaded, requested" become "please, kindly".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 9

 "Are you alone, my son?" asked a soft voice close behind me.

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 9

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 10

She said to him, "Why don't you go today?"

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 10

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 11

 David said to Anna, "Mona will leave for her native place tomorrow."

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 11

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 12

He said, "Be quite and listen to my words.”

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 12

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 13

He said, "I cannot help you at present because I am myself in difficulty."

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 13

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 14

He says, ''I don't want to play anymore."

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 14

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 15

"Where will you be tomorrow," I said, "in case I have to ring you?"

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 15

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 16

He said to me, "I expect you to attend the function."

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 16

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 17

Gita said “This is my book”

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 17

The reported speech of Gita's statement "This is my book" would be:
Gita said that it was her book.
In reported speech, we usually need to change the verb tense and pronouns according to the context. In this case, the verb "is" changes to "was" to reflect that the statement was made in the past. Additionally, the pronoun "this" changes to "that" to reflect the change in perspective from the speaker.

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 18

He said, ‘’I hardly have time to attend any party.”

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 18

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 19

He says he is unwell.

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 19

When converting statements from reported speech to direct speech, "was, were" becomes "am, is, are"/ "him, her" becomes "you"/"had" becomes "has, have"/words like "ordered, sternly spoke, shouted" becomes exclamation mark. Words like "pleaded, requested" become "please, kindly".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 20

Dinesh asked, "Are you going to the party tomorrow, Rani?"

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 20

In reported speech, "you" becomes "him, her"/ "is, am, are" becomes "was, were"/ "have, has" becomes "had" and exclamation marks become "ordered or shouted". "Please" becomes "pleaded, requested".

Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 21

The teacher said, "The Earth moves round the Sun."

Detailed Solution for Test: Reported Speech - 2 - Question 21

A universal truth sentence is that which has:
An accepted fact
A general truth
Habitual actions

For universal truth sentences, the reported speech is not changed to convert direct speech to indirect speech. Inverted commas are removed
The given sentence in indirect speech would be: The teacher said that the Earth moves round the Sun. Here, 'the Earth moves round the Sun' is the universal truth. Thus, option A is the correct answer.

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