Direct and Indirect Speech Imperative Sentences Exercises

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Direct and Indirect Speech Imperative Sentences Exercises – 1

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6 questions

1 / 6

She said to her teacher, “Please explain this poem to me.”

2 / 6

“Be punctual,” my teacher said, “otherwise you will be punished.”

3 / 6

“Come quickly,” he shouted, and help me as I am in danger.”

4 / 6

The saint said to the pupils, “Be quiet and listen to me carefully.”

5 / 6

The traveller said, “Can you please tell me the way to the bus station?”

6 / 6

My friend said, “Would you like to have coffee with me ?”

Your score is

The average score is 49%

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Change the following sentences into indirect speech.

  1. My friend said, “Would you like to have coffee with me ?”
  2. The traveller said, “Can you please tell me the way to the bus station?”
  3. “Be punctual,” my teacher said, “otherwise you will be punished.”
  4. She said to her teacher, “Please explain this poem to me.”
  5. The saint said to the pupils, “Be quiet and listen to me carefully.”
  6. “Come quickly,” he shouted, “and help me as I am in danger.”

Direct and Indirect Speech Exercise – 1

  1. My friend requested me to have coffee with him.
  2. The traveller requested to tell him the way to the bus station.
  3. My teacher ordered me to be punctual otherwise I would be punished.
  4. She requested her teacher to explain that poem to her.
  5. The saint advised the pupils to be quiet and listen to him carefully.
  6. He requested to go quickly and help him as he was in danger.

Direct and Indirect Speech Imperative Sentences Exercises – 2

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Direct and Indirect Speech - Imperative Sentences - 2

6 questions

1 / 6

“If you want success, don’t get lazy,” said he.

2 / 6

My mother said, “Do not laugh at the lame man.”

3 / 6

The teacher said, “will you please behave like a good student?”

4 / 6

The officer said to his clerk, “Read the letter carefully lest it should have some mistake.”

5 / 6

The doctor said, “Stop smoking now as it has got dangerous for you.

6 / 6

He said to his servant, “Get out and don’t let me see your face again.”

Your score is

The average score is 46%

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Change the following sentences into indirect speech.

  1. The officer said to his clerk, “Read the letter carefully lest it should have some mistake.”
  2. The teacher said, “will you please behave like a good student?”
  3. My mother said, “Do not laugh at the lame man.”
  4. He said to his servant, “Get out and don’t let me see your face again.”
  5. “If you want success, don’t get lazy,” said he.
  6. The doctor said, “Stop smoking now as it has got dangerous for you.

Direct and Indirect Speech Exercise – 2

  1. The officer ordered his clerk to read the letter carefully lest it should have some mistake.
  2. The teacher requested to behave like a good student.
  3. My mother forbade me to laugh at the lame man. Or My mother ordered not to laugh at the lame man.
  4. He ordered his servant to get out and not to let him see his face again.
  5. He advised me not to be lazy if I want success.
  6. The doctor advised to stop smoking then as it had got dangerous for him.

Hope this exercise has been very helpful for you. For more practice like this on other sentences, click the link below.
Assertive Sentence
Interrogative Sentence
Optative Sentence
Exclamatory Sentence

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