Direct and Indirect Narration with Example PDF [hide] . Narration into Indirect Narration In English grammar with examples pdf file by clicking. Objectives: By the end of the lesson you will have. 1. learnt the difference between direct & indirect speeches. 2. learnt the rules of narration according to tenses. Narration Rule Chart: Hello Friend's आज के इस Article में हम आपके लिए लेकर यह PDF File SSC जैसे Tough Examination की तैयारी करने के लिए.

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Narration, Direct and Indirect Speech, Change of Narration of different kinds of English sentences like Interrogative, Imperative, Negative etc. Narration is the use of a written or spoken commentary to convey a story to an Narrative voice: the format (or type presentational form) through which a story is. In our speech, we often speak to the other person of some thing that was said to us by somebody. In other words, we often report a speech whether ours or.

Rule 1: Reporting Verb 'said' : a order -ordered, commanded c request - requested, begged, implored, entreated Rule 2 : Reported Speech verb 'to' infinitive For Example : Direct : The Teacher said to me, "Sit in your class and learn your lesson. Rule 5 : Reported Speech never Reporting verb advised never to Direct : Your father said to the boy, "Never waste your time. Direct : She said, "Could i use your pen? Direct : She said, "Would you like to have lunch with me? Direct : "Would you please give me your bag? Indirect : She requested me to give her my bag.

He told them that he would leave them then. He told me that he had gone there the previous day. Ritesh told Komal that he could not go with him till the following Monday. He said that he had typed all the essays. He said that they were going for a party that week.

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Rule 3: The leaders says. He told me that this was his house. He told me that he would do it now. The leaders says that he was preparing for the test those days. The leaders says that he is glad to be here this morning. Hemant said. I am planting these trees for.

I shall give you a book. The old farmer told his sons that he was planting those trees for them. He told his wife that he needn't go there then. Addressing her son as a naughty boy the mother said that he had been fighting again.

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He said to his wife. The mother said. Hemant told Ashok that he would give him a book. She hoped that my mother would come the next day. The mother said that he was planting those trees for them. He said that if her college was near the house she would always be in time. The pupil respectfully thanked the teacher for his help. The pupil said to the teacher. I said to him. Aksay said to me. Aksay asked me if I was reading a newspaper. Rule 6: I asked him whether he could tell me what the time was.

Father said to me. He said to him. Father asked me if I did not obey him. I asked him if he told me the matter.

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Rule 7: I asked her who she was. Rule 9: He asked me whether I had given him my phone. Rule 8: She asked me whether I knew Hemant. I said to her.

I asked him if he didn't go to college that day. She replied that she could. Rule Ashok said that he was not. He asked Ashok if he was attending the class.

The Teacher said to me. He asked him where he lived.

He said to Ashok. I asked her if she could give me that book. The teacher forbade the boy to abuse anyone. The teacher ordered me to sit in my class and learn my lesson. Your father said to the boy. He advised his friends to work hard. The teacher said to the boy. Rule 4: Your father advised the boy not to waste his time. Rule 5: She requested me to use my pen. She invited me to have lunch with her. Some more examples: She requested Reena to help me.

Your father advised the boy never to waste his time. The father said. Skip to main content. Log In Sign Up. Sarowar Parvej. There are some different rules of changing passage narration from direct speeches to indirect speeches. C, and H. C, we are to change a passage narration. So, undoubtedly, we have to give importance on this lesson in order to do better in those exams. I will show you the complete 10 rules and techniques of changing passage narration in the easiest way here.

If you have not read those lessons, you should go back there and read those first. Likewise, on the lesson Narration and its Changing Theory-2, I have discussed on the variations of changing patterns following 5 kinds of sentences. For this, at first I want to give an example of passage narration here. Why have you gone outside leaving it then?

You could wait for someone else. Now pay for the bag. It is a sample of the question patterns of passage narration. It is a little different form the sentence narration. Here, you have to understand the speeches and its speaker individually. Because, the forms of persons, tenses, adverbials, and sentence structures are similar to the methods of sentence narration.

You will just notice some different aspects in passage narrations. You have to differentiate each speech and its speaker. You may not get the name of speaker in each speech. But observing the context of speeches, you have to mark that. But because of context, we get that it is the speeches of the master. In question, you may not get the name with each sentence and you may get the name of speaker at first or last. But during the changing into indirect, you have to put the name of speaker and listener at first.

Were you so much busy? He said to me that he had called me that day. He asked me if I was so much busy. I replied that I had been busy with some official works. So, you have seen that I have mentioned the name of speaker and listener before each sentence and though it is not mentioned before each speech in direct passage. Yes, it is your duty to put the part reporting verb before each speech in the passage. Next, you have to address them by pronoun word such as: If the pronoun of the two persons become same, you will mark the pronoun words with the first alphabet in a bracket after it such as: It is a sample of the question patterns of passage narration.

It is a little different form the sentence narration. Here, you have to understand the speeches and its speaker individually. Because, the forms of persons, tenses, adverbials, and sentence structures are similar to the methods of sentence narration. You will just notice some different aspects in passage narrations.

You have to differentiate each speech and its speaker. You may not get the name of speaker in each speech. But observing the context of speeches, you have to mark that. But because of context, we get that it is the speeches of the master.

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In question, you may not get the name with each sentence and you may get the name of speaker at first or last. But during the changing into indirect, you have to put the name of speaker and listener at first. Were you so much busy?

Indirect: He said to me that he had called me that day. He asked me if I was so much busy. I replied that I had been busy with some official works.

Explanation: So, you have seen that I have mentioned the name of speaker and listener before each sentence and though it is not mentioned before each speech in direct passage.

Yes, it is your duty to put the part reporting verb before each speech in the passage. Indirect: The master told the servant that he S had lost his M new bag that day. He M asked him S why he S had gone outside leaving it then. The Servant respectfully replied that he S had gone outside for drinking a glass of water.

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