Direct and Indirect Speech Exercises Multiple Choice Questions and Answers 3 PDF Download

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MCQs on Direct and Indirect Speech Exercises - Quiz 3

MCQ: She said, "If you work hard, you will take good marks."

  1. My teacher advised if I work hard I could take good marks.
  2. My teacher advises if you work hard you will take good marks.
  3. My teacher advises if I work hard I will take good marks.
  4. My teacher advised that I worked hard I would take good marks.

C

MCQ: Stranger said, "Can you tell me way to hotel?" "Yes", said boy. "Do you need a room?" "No, I do not need." replied stranger.

  1. The stranger said to the boy if he could tell him the way to the hotel. The boy replied yes and aske
  2. The stranger said to the boy could he tell him the way to the hotel. The boy said yes and you needed
  3. The stranger said to the boy could he be told him the way to the hotel. The boy reply yes and said d
  4. The stranger said to the boy can you tell me the way to the hotel. The boy said yes do you need a ro

A

MCQ: My teacher says, "If you work hard, you will take good marks".

  1. My teacher advised if I work hard, I would take good marks.
  2. My teacher advises if you work hard, you will take good marks.
  3. My teacher advises if I work hard, I will take good marks.
  4. My teacher advised that I worked hard, I would take good marks.

C

MCQ: He said," Do not be upset, I will help you."

  1. He said that did not upset I would help you.
  2. He said not to be upset he would help me.
  3. He asked not to been upset he will be helped me.
  4. He has said not to be upset he will have helped me.

B

MCQ: He says, "I shall help you even though I am not rich."

  1. He says that he would help me even though he was not rich.
  2. He says that he shall help me even though he is not rich.
  3. He says that I shall help you even though I am not rich.
  4. He say that he will be helped me even though he is not rich.

B