Direct and Indirect speech: Simple or assertive sentences (Urdu)

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direct and indirect speech simple or assertive sentences

direct and indirect speech simple or assertive sentences

direct and indirect speech simple or assertive sentences

direct and indirect speech simple or assertive sentences

 

 

He says, “I have performed my duties.”
He says that he has performed his duties.
(both reported speeches are in present perfect)

She will say, “I am not going there.”
She will tell that she is not going there.
(both reported speeches are in present continuous)

Teacher says to him, “You can’t come up to my expectations.”
Teacher tells him that I can come up to his expectations.
(both reported speeches have present tense with modal operator)

President Obama says, “We will eradicate terrorism.”
President Obama says that they will eradicate terrorism.
(both reported speeches are in simple future)

They will say, “We shall continue working.”
They will say that they will continue working.
(both reported speeches are in simple future)

Alec says to Tess, “I have no reason to flatter you.”
Alec tells Tess that he has no reason to flatter her.
(both reported speeches are in simple present)

 

direct and indirect speech simple or assertive sentences

 

 

He said, “I work hard to prepare my speech.”
He said that he worked hard to prepare his speech.”

He said, “She is sending emails.”
He said that she was sending emails.”

He said, “I have joined them.”
He said that he had joined them.”

He said, “I have been working all night.”
He said that he had been working all night.

direct and indirect speech simple or assertive sentences

 

 

He said, “I waited for him.”
He told that he had waited for him.

He said, “I was not feeling well.”
He told that he hadn’t been feeling well.

Duncan said to me, “I had searched the whole house.”
Duncan told me that he had searched the whole house.

direct and indirect speech simple or assertive sentences

 


He told that he would go.

She said to me, “I shall be missing you.”
She told me that she should be missing me.

Thomas said, “I may not come on account of unavoidable circumstances.”
Thomas told that he might not come on account of unavoidable circumstances.

David said, “I can bring him home.”
David told that he could bring him home.

 

direct and indirect speech simple or assertive sentences

 

here into there
today into that day
tomorrow into next day
this into that
yesterday into previous day
these into those
now into then
hence into thence
hither into thither
come into go
ago into before
thus into so in that way

 

 

He said, “I am busy here.”
He told that he was busy there.

He said, “I shall visit you today.”
He told that he would visit me that day.

Susan said, “It is this person who introduced me to you.”
Susan said that it was that person who had introduced her to him.

He said, “I may consider this now.”
He told that he might consider that then.

 

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