You have said, ‘’they are waiting outside.’’ Change it into indirect speech.

  • (A) You have told me that they are waiting outside.
  • (B) You have said that they have been waiting outside.
  • (C) You had said that they are waiting outside.
  • (D) You have said that they are waiting outside.

He said, ‘’Hurrah! I have won the medal.’’

  • (A) He exclaimed with joy that he has won the medal.
  • (B) He exclaimed with joy that he had won the medal.
  • (C) He exclaimed with joy that he have won the medal.
  • (D) He exclaimed with joy that he have been win the medal.

The teacher said, ‘’I have often told you not to play with fire.’’ Change it into indirect speech.

  • (A) The teacher said that he had often told me not to play with fire.
  • (B) The teacher said that he have been often told me not to play with fire.
  • (C) The teacher said that he have often told me not to play with fire.
  • (D) The teacher said that he had been often told me not to play with fire.

She said, ‘’They have not eaten their meals.’’ Change it into indirect speech.

  • (A) She said that they has not been eaten their meals.
  • (B) She said that they had not eaten their meals.
  • (C) She said that they have not eaten their meals.
  • (D) She asked that they had not eaten their meals.

The teacher said to us, ‘’You have not completed your drawing.’’ Change it into indirect speech.

  • (A) The teacher tell us that we had not completed our drawing.
  • (B) The teacher told us that we had not completed our drawing.
  • (C) The teacher told us that we have not completed our drawing.
  • (D) The teacher told us that we had not been completed our drawing.

He said, ‘’Aren’t you ashamed of yourself?’’ Change it into indirect speech.

  • (A) He asked If I was being not ashamed of myself.
  • (B) He asked If I was not asham of myself.
  • (C) He asked If I was not ashamed of myself.
  • (D) He asked If I were not ashamed of myself.

He said, ‘’Do you have any share in this firm?’’ Change it into indirect narration.

  • (A) They asked if I have ever visits the Murree hills.
  • (B) They asked if I had ever visit the Murree hills.
  • (C) They asked if I have ever visited the Murree hills.
  • (D) They asked if I had ever visited the Murree hills.

The brother said to me, ‘’you have missed the point completely.’’ Change it into indirect speech.

  • (A) The brother told me that I had missed the point completely.
  • (B) The brother told me that I have miss the point completely.
  • (C) The brother told me that I have missed the point completely.
  • (D) The brother said me that I had missed the point completely.