Direct and Indirect Speech – Exclamatory Sentences Exercises consist of many exercises for practice. This is useful for everyone. Be it a school going student or a competitor. The answer section is also there for a check-up.
Direct and Indirect Speech Exclamatory Sentences Exercises – 1
- The teacher said, “What a lazy boy are!”
- The king said, “Alas! Our enemies are too strong.”
- My father said to me, “Bravo! You have got very good marks.”
- “Hurran!I have qualified the exam,” said he.
- Ujjwal said, ‘How smart you are!”
- My wife said, “How smart you are!”
- “Congratulations! You have been selected for the final match,” said my Games teacher to me.
- The young man said, “What a fool I am !”
- “What a stupid fellow you are !” the teacher angrily remarked.
- “What a horse are they losing for want of skill and spirit to manage it !” exclaimed Alexander, the Great.
Direct and Indirect Speech Exercises – Answer
- The teacher exclaimed that the boy was very lazy.
- The king exclaimed with sorrow that their enemies were too strong.
- My father applauded me that I had got very good marks.
- He exclaimed with joy that he had qualified the exam.
- Ujjwal exclaimed that I was very smart.
- My wife exclaimed that I was very smart.
- My game teacher congratulated me that I had been selected for the final match.
- The young man exclaimed that he was a great fool.
- The teacher exclaimed angrily that I was a very stupid fellow.
- Alexander, the great exclaimed that they were losing great horse for want of skill and spirit to manage it.
Hope you find Direct and Indirect Speech Exclamatory Sentences Exercises useful. For more exercises like this based on other sentences, click below-
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