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100+ Change the Narration- Exercises 1 | Narration Change Exercise

 Hope you have prepared all the rules very well previously discussed. Now it's time for exercise. 

Here 103 Direct Narrations are given, You only have to transform them into Indirect Narration.

100+ Change the Narration- Exercises 1

  1. I say, “I am an executive officer.”
  2. I say, “You are a smart boy.”
  3. I say, “The place is beautiful.”
  4. I say, “He was my senior at school.”
  5. We say, “We love our country.”
  6. You say, “We were the champions.”
  7. You say, “You cannot defeat us.”
  8. You say, “Mr. Moor teaches us Political Science.”
  9. She says, “I will clear the exam in my very first attempt.” 
  10. She says, “I don’t know.”
  11. Ajay says, “He was a lunatic.”
  12. Ha says, “I was a cricketer.”
  13. I said, “Latif does nothing wrong.”
  14. I said, “You make me laugh.”
  15. I said, “I love you.”
  16. We said, “We shall overcome.”
  17. We said, “You are a cheat.”
  18. We said, “You are not allowed here.”
  19. You said, “I am a girl.”
  20. You said, “I collect coins.”
  21. You said, “Photography is my hobby.”
  22. He said, “Mr. Brown is an honest person.”
  23. Atif said, “There is a mice inside the box.”
  24. She said, “They are my friends.”
  25. Joe said, “Cricket is my favourite game.”
  26. I said to you, “You are a stupid fellow.”
  27. I said to my friend, “I don’t like coffee.”
  28. I said to Neil, “You have to focus on your study.”
  29. We said to them, “We accept the challenge.”
  30. We said to our parents, “You are the best.”
  31. You said to me, “I am hungry.”
  32. You said to me, “you are my best friend.”
  33. You said to me, “She calls my parents.”
  34. You said to her, “It is your water-bottle.”
  35. You said to her, “This pen is mine.”
  36. You said to her, “That is my house.”
  37. She said to me, “I like you.”
  38. She said to me, “You don’t listen to me,”
  39. She said to me, “They are harmful to you.”
  40. He said to you, “We don’t care about what others think of us.”
  41. She said to you, “You are so funny.”
  42. The man said to us, “I need some food because I am very hungry.”
  43. The lady said to us, “The old man from Germany.”
  44. The old man sad to us, “Please tell me his name."
  45. My brother said to me, “Go home.”
  46. The teacher said to the students, “keep quiet right now.”
  47. The father said to his son, “Respect your elders.”
  48. Mother said to me, “Don’t mess with those boys.”
  49. She said to me, “Give me extra sheet please.”
  50. The mother said to the child, “Don’t go out.”
  51. She said to me, “Do you want something?”
  52. I said to her, “Do you have water with you?”
  53. Father said to me, “Are you writing a story?”
  54. I said to my father, “Is brother coming tomorrow?”
  55. John said to me, “Have you taken my wrist-watch?”
  56. I said to Peter, “Has he sent you the manuscript?”
  57. Peter said to me, “Have you been in New York for ten years?
  58. She said to her father, “Have you been waiting for me since morning?”
  59. Pran said to her, “Did you watch the movie?”
  60. Tanmay said, “Did I tell you to buy it?”
  61. He said to me, “Was Rohit playing video-game yesterday?”
  62. Rohit said to  his friend, “Were you buying balloons today?”
  63. The man said to him, “Had you finished it before 5th August?” 
  64. Paul said, “Had they promoted you before 2016?
  65. She said to me, “Had he convinced you to commit the blunder?”
  66. You said, “Who don’t love you?”
  67. I said to you, “Who reads newspaper?”
  68. They said, “What keeps you so energetic always?”
  69. The teacher said to them, “What do you do?”
  70. He said to me, “Why don’t you like tea?”
  71. The boy asked, “Where do you play cricket?”
  72. I said to my friend, “When do they go to the shopping mall?”
  73. I asked my father, “How are you now?”
  74. They said to me, “Where do you live in?”
  75. The manager said to his employees, “How long will it take to complete the project?
  76. The teacher said to us, "May you all pass the examination."
  77. Grandmother said to me, “May you live long.”
  78. She said, “May God bless you."
  79. He said to me, “May you succeed.”
  80. They said, “May God forgive us.”
  81. The farmer said, “May it rain today.”
  82. We said, “May he get a job soon.”
  83. They said, “Long live the king.”
  84. We said, “God save us.”
  85. The old lady said to the old man, “May you die.”
  86. Mother said to me, “Be happy and prosperous.”
  87. We said, “God help the poor.”
  88. They said, “Hurrah! We have won the match.
  89. “Alas! She is dead.” Rohan said.
  90. “Bravo! You’ve done a great job.” My uncle said to me.
  91. I said to them, “Fie! Fie! You don’t have minimum common sense.”
  92. I said, “What a lovely day it is!”
  93. I said, “What a foolish idea it is.”
  94. My friend said to me, “Liar!”
  95. He said to Mrs. Bartley, “What a charming place it is!”
  96. She said to the child, “How sweet you are!”
  97. I said to her, “How beautiful your handwriting is!”
  98. Ben said to me, “What an idea!”
  99. Ravi said, “What a blunder!”
  100. They said, “Congratulations!”
  101. I said, “Welcome!”
  102. They said to me, “Good bye!”
  103. All of them said, “Happy birthday!”


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