Find comprehensive Narration Change Answer set 1 to Answer set 10 of Class 9. Designed for Class 9 students, this resource offers in-depth analysis and examples. Expand your understanding with our Narration Change Answer set collection, featuring answers to Narration Change Exercise Sets 1 to 9. Perfect for Class 9 students, each answer set provides a comprehensive look at how direct speech can be changed into indirect speech. This Narration Change Answer set collection is an essential resource.
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Narration Change Answer Set – 1
(1) He said that he did it.
(2) You said that you were writing letters.
(3) He said that he had written letters.
(4) Anita said that she had passed the examination.
(5) My friend said that he had passed the examination.
(6) Bimal said that he walks for an hour every morning.
(7) The teacher said that the sun rises in the east.
(8) He said that he worked in a factory.
(9) They said that they were going to the cinema.
(10) She said that she was playing.
Consult with Narration Exercise Set – 1
Narration Change Answer Set – 2
(1) I said that I was always busy.
(2) You told me that I was dependable.
(3) I said that they would be late.
(4) Mon told Moon that she was naughty.
(5) He told me that I had been a great help to him.
(6) Ashish told me that he would go to the market that day.
(7) The old woman told me that I must go to her house.
(8) The boy said that he knew the man.
(9) He told me that he was writing a letter at that time.
(10) He told me that I had taken his pen.
Consult with Narration Exercise Set – 2
Narration Change Answer Set – 3
(1) I said to you that I wished to start a business in the following years,
(2) You told them that then you would tell them a nice story.
(3) She told him that she had bought the book the previous day.
(4) He told me that he had seen my sister two years before.
(5) She said that this was the house where she was born.
(6) He told his son that he (his son) might go with him the next day.
(7) He told her that he was talking to her then for her good.
(8) He said that he knew that boy.
(9) I told him that he would get it that day or the next day.
(10) He told me to go there.
Consult with Narration Exercise Set – 3
Narration Change Answer Set – 4
(1) The teacher said that man is mortal.
(2) They told him that he would be found.
(3) He told me that he would go but I should stay.
(4) Anima told me that she was reading a book.
(5) You told them that you would tell them a nice story then.
(6) She told him that she had bought it the previous day.
(7) He told me that he had seen my sister two years before.
(8) She said that that was the house the was born.
(9) They told me that they had come here in the morning.
(10) The man said that he was enjoying the ice cream.
Consult with Narration Exercise Set – 4
Answer Set – 5
(1) My friend wanted to know if that was not a piece of luck.
(2) The host asked me whether all the guests had arrived.
(3) I asked whether he knew who would be going to take the first chance.
(4) He asked her what her name was.
(5) She wanted to know when the next train for Malda was due.
(6) Father inquired of the son where he had been so long in the sun.
(7) father asked me if poverty was (is) not a curse.
(8) My mother asked my sister if she would sing for our visitors.
(9) Indirect He asked me whether I had caused much damage to the book
(10) She asked if she would post the letters for me.
Consult with Narration Exercise Set – 5
Answer Set – 6
(1) I requested my teacher to explain the passage.
(2) The student begged the teacher to excuse him.
(3) He proposed to her that they should go out for a walk.
(4) The chairman proposed that they should put the motion to vote.
(5) He said that she might say whatever she liked.
(6) He wished that he might have a cup of coffee.
(7) Mother advised him not to run in the sun. / Mother forbade him to run in the sun.
(8) He proposed (suggested) to his companions that they should not miss the chance.
(9) She said that he might (or might be allowed to) eat whatever he liked.
(10) The master ordered his servant to do as he told him.
Consult with Narration Exercise Set – 6
Answer Set – 7
(1) The boy wished that he could have the wings of a bird.
(2) The poor man longed for a hundred rupees.
(3) Mother prayed that the child might be cured of cough and cold.
(4) I wished that you might live long.
(5) Nilima wished that I might recover soon.
(6) Mother wished that God might grant him long life.
(7) The holy man wished that peace might prevail.
(8) She wished that Mother Teressa might recover from illness soon.
(9) He wished that if he could bring his departed friend back to life.
(10) Mother prayed that God might bless me.
Consult with Narration Exercise Set – 7
Answer Set – 8
(1) The woman shouted for help.
(2) He bade goodbye to his friends.
(3) The teacher applauded his students by saying that they had done well.
(4) He swore by Jove that it was very good news.
(5) She wished me a Happy Christmas.
(6) He prayed to Heaven to help him and resolved not to do so again.
(7) He said that none knew that (that) would happen.
(8) He pitied the man and exclaimed that he was greatly changed.
(9) The girl exclaimed with grief that she was a great fool.
(10) They wistfully said to each other that they had been very happy there.
Consult with Narration Exercise Set – 8
Answer Set – 9
(1) Grandmother told me that she was the first girl in her class.
(2) Father affectionately wished that God might bless his son.
(3) Rakesh asked why they loved the Cherry Tree so much.
(4) Policy says that he is fine.
(5) Ram’s mother said that my father had left for Kolkata.
(6) The mother ordered not to play in the Sun.
Or, The mother forbade her son on to play in the sun.
(7) We asked him what his secret was.
(8) He asked if she would listen to such a man.
(9) He told me that I should have written that earlier.
(10) The guest said that it gave him great pleasure to be there that evening.
Narration Change Answer Set – 9
Answer Set – 10
(1) He ordered his servant to do as he told him.
(2) He said to me, “Do you know the way out?”
(3) I asked my sister if she could solve the problem.
(4) He wished me that he might be allowed to say whatever he liked.
(5) I asked him if he would go to the cinema that day.
(6) Tara asked her father if he could have a new dress.
(7) The student requested his teacher to give him a chance to do better.
(8) Mother wished that I might have peace and prosperity in my life.
(9) The teacher asked how many days there were in the month of February.
(10) He bid his friends farewell.