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Change the Narration- Exercises (2)

This is the second part of the Narration-Change exercises. Hope you fond it helpful for your exam preparation. 

  1. She said to me, “I like mango.”
  2. Rahul said to his sister, “I play chess.”
  3. I said, “He loves reading books.”
  4. John said to Paul, “You don’t listen to him.”
  5. Paul said to me, “I don’t understand the Arabic language.”
  6. She said to her sister, “He does not help me.”
  7. Daniel said to his friend, “I don’t know the answer.”
  8. Maroof said to his mother, “I am eating bread.”
  9. I said to him, “Do you play chess?”
  10. She asked me, “Does he know English language?”
  11. I said to  him, “I am writing a letter.”
  12. She said to her friend, “Are you smoking?”
  13. Sania said to me, “She is annoying me.”
  14. I said to her. “Are they inviting me in the party?”
  15. You said to her, “I am not going to join them.”
  16. She said to me, “Brother, you are not helping me as I expected.”
  17. I said to my friend, “I have seen you in the cafe.”
  18. My brother said to me, “Have you bought a sun-glass for me.”
  19. My mother said to me, “Have you eaten the breads?”
  20. I said to my mother, “I have not eaten.”
  21. Our teachers said to us, “We have arranged for a class-test for you.”
  22. Grandmother said to me, “I have made a swatter for you.”
  23. David said to Jack, “I have been trying it since morning,”
  24. Jack asked David, “Have you been watching it for three hours?”
  25. Shova asked me, “Has she been telling you the story?”
  26. I said to Reena, “He has ben living here for a long period of time.”
  27. He said, “I have not been doing it for ten days.”
  28. My mother said to me, “I saw you in the shop an hour ago.”
  29. She said to me, “My father did not give me this pen.”
  30. I said to her, “My father came from London the day before yesterday.”
  31. Prakash said, “I made this drone.”
  32. Rita said to us, “I had a computer.”
  33. Teacher said to us, “Did you all finish your answers?”
  34. Our teacher said to us, “Mahatma Gandhi led the Quit India Movement in 1942.”
  35. Rohan said, “Mother, did you say something?”
  36. She said to her friend, “I was watching a movie at that time.”
  37. Karan said to me, “Were you calling me?”
  38. I said to Karan. “I was not calling you.”
  39. I said to her, “Was he  showing you his new mobile phone?”
  40. Ajay said to his parents, “I was watering the plants.”
  41. They said ; “The train had left the station before 5 o’clock in the morning.”
  42. He said, “I had not written the letter.”
  43. Nicky said, “Jonny, had you invited him?”
  44. Jonny said to her, “I shall call you later.”
  45. She said to me, “Brother, will you give me your book?”
  46. I said to her, “I’ll not go anywhere.”
  47. Sujay said, “Shall we play carom?”
  48. He said to my father, “Will you come to see the product?”
  49. My uncle said to me, “I’ll be waiting for you.”
  50. Mary said, “He will not be staying here.”


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