Direct and Indirect speech: Imperative sentences (Urdu)

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direct and indirect speech imperative sentences

direct and indirect speech imperative sentences

 

 

Conjunction

direct and indirect speech imperative sentences

 

He said to me, “May I have your address please.”
He requested to have my address.

She said, “Will you please give me two days’ leave.”
She requested for two days leave.

Aimee says to me, “Will you please tell me the topic of your speech.”
Aimee requested for the topic of my speech

 

direct and indirect speech imperative sentences

 

Captain said, “Open the fire.”
Captain ordered to open the fire.

Our English teacher said, “Don’t shout in the class.”
Our English teacher forbade to shout in the class.

He said to us, “Don’t be late.”
He forbade us to be late.

 

direct and indirect speech imperative sentences

He said, “Give me the book.”
He asked for a book.

She said, “please do me a favour.”
She asked for favour

 

 

direct and indirect speech imperative sentences

 

My mother said to me, “Be true to yourself always.”
My mother advised me to be true to myself always.

Coach said, “Play with enthusiasm and wining spirit.”
Coach advised to play with enthusiasm and wining spirit.

She said to us, “your behaviour must be acceptable.”
She advised us to adopt acceptable behaviour.

 

direct and indirect speech imperative sentences

 

He said to me, “Do not go there.”
He forbade me going there.

She said to him, “Do not make tall claims”
She forbids him making tall claims.

 

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