Change Exclamatory sentence into Indirect speech special Rules part 4

Change Exclamatory sentence into Indirect speech special Rules part 4



Change Exclamatory Sentences into Indirect speech & it’s Rules, Examples & Exercise Solution.

Exclamatory sentence से प्रायः हर्ष, विषाद, क्रोध, घृणा, आश्चर्य या प्रशंसा व्यक्त होते हैं । इन्हें Indirect speech मे निम्नलिखित प्रकार से बदलते हैं ।

Indirect speech Changing Rules

1. Reporting Verb ( said ) को Reported speech के अर्थ के अनुसार exclaimed with joy/sorrow/surprise/anger/contempt/regret/applause मे बदल देते हैं । जैसे

क्रोध के लिए   exclaimed with anger
प्रशंसा के लिए  exclaimed with applause
दुख/शोक के लिए    exclaimed with sorrow
हर्ष/खुशी/उल्लास के लिए   exclaimed with joy
आश्चर्य/विस्मय के लिए   exclaimed with surprise
तिरस्कार/घृणा के लिए  exclaimed with contempt
पश्चाताप/अफसोस के लिए    exclaimed with regret

2. Inverted comma के स्थान पर that का प्रयोग करते हैं ।
3. Exclamatory word ( Ah ! Oh ! Alas ! etc ) शब्दों को लुप्त कर देते हैं ।

4. यदि Inverted comma के भीतर अधूरे वाक्य हो, तो उनमे Verb तथा अन्य शब्द अपनी ओर से जोड़ दें ताकि अभीष्ट भाव सहजता से स्पष्ट हो सकें ।

5. Exclamatory sentence को Assertive sentence मे बदल दे और फिर उसे Indirect speech मे बदल दें ।

Exclamatory sentence को Assertive sentence मे बदलने के कुछ Common examples दिए जा रहे हैं, इन्हें समझने का प्रयास करें ।

Exclamatory :  Nonsense !
Assertive  it is nonsense.

Exclamatory :  Oh ! Enough !
Assertive :  it is enough.

Exclamatory :  What a fall !
Assertive :   it is a big fall.

Exclamatory : What a fool i was !
Assertive :  i was a big fool.

Exclamatory : what a place it is !
Assertive : it is a very fine place.

Exclamatory : How dark the night is !
Assertive :  The night is very dark.

Exclamatory : How fast the baby runs !
Assertive :  The baby runs very fast.

Exclamatory : What a beautiful girl she is !
Assertive :  She is a very beautiful girl.

Exclamatory : What a place !/what a place it is !
Assertive : it is a very fine/strange/lonely place.

Exclamatory : What a fool !/what a fool he is !
Assertive :  He is a great fool.

Change Exclamatory Sentence into Indirect speech More Examples of Oxford Current English Grammar by R.k sinha.

1. He said, ” Alas ! i am ruined. ”
He exclaimed with sorrow that he was ruined.

2. The boy said, ” Alas ! My cat is dead.”
The boy exclaimed with sorrow that his cat was dead.

3. They said, ” Hurrah ! We have won the match. ”
They exclaimed with joy that they had won the match.

4. The headmaster said, ” Alas ! Mrs indira gandhi is no more. ”
The headmaster exclaimed with sorrow that Mrs indira gandhi was no more.

5. He said, ” What a beautiful girl she is ! ”
He exclaimed with joy that She was a very beautiful girl.

6. She said, ” How fast my baby runs ! ”
She exclaimed with joy that her baby ran very fast.

7. He said, ” What a fool i am ! ”
He exclaimed with sorrow/regret that he was a big fool.

8. He said, ” What a place ! ”
He exclaimed with joy that it was a very fine place. OR
He exclaimed with surprise that it was a very strange place.

9. He said, ” What a fall ! ”
He exclaimed with sorrow that it was a big fall.

10. Ram said, ” What an idea ! ”
Ram exclaimed with joy that it was an extraordinary idea.

11. i said, ” Oh ! Enough ! ”
i exclaimed with disgust that it was enough.

Exclamations संबंधी कुछ अधूरे वाक्यों का Speech परिवर्तन इस प्रकार होता है ।

1. He said to me, ” Fool ! ”
He called me a fool.

2. He told me, ” Fool ! Liar ! ”
He called me a fool and liar.

3. He said, ” Thank you ! ”
He thanked me.

4. She said to us, ” Welcome ! ”
She welcomed us.

5. Ram said, ” Curse this thing ! ”
Ram cursed that thing.

6. He said, ” Happy Diwali ! ”
He wished me a happy Diwali.

7. He said, ” Congratulations ! ”
He Congratulated me.

8. He said to me, ” Good night/Good morning ! ”
He wished me good night/good morning.

9. He said, ” Goodbye ! ”
He bade me goodbye.

10. She said, ” Hello ! Where are you going ? ”
She greeted me and asked where i was going.

11. He said to me, ” Fie !  Fie ! You mean fellow, you have cheated me. ”
He called me a mean fellow and exclaimed with contempt that i had cheated him.

Oxford Current English Grammar Exercise 86 Solution, How to change Exclamatory Sentences into Indirect speech.

1. He said, ” Alas ! i am undone. ”
He exclaimed with sorrow that he was undone.

2. She said, ” Alas i am ruined. ”
She exclaimed with sorrow that she was ruined.

3. She said, ” Oh ! i have cut my finger. ”
She exclaimed with sorrow/regret that she had cut her finger.

4. They said, ” Ah ! My friend has come from America. ”
They exclaimed with joy that their friend had come from America.

5. They said, ” Hurrah ! We have won the match. ”
They exclaimed with joy that they had won the match.

6. They said, ” Bravo ! You have done well. ”
They exclaimed with applause/joy that i had done well.

7. He said, ” What a sweet song ! ”
He exclaimed with applause/joy that it was a very sweet song.

8. Sonu said, ” What a beautiful sight it is ! ”
Sonu exclaimed with joy/surprise that it was a very beautiful sight.

9. He said, ” How sweetly she sings ! ”
He exclaimed with she sung very sweetly.

9. He said, ” How dark the night is ! ”
He exclaimed with wonder that the night was very dark.

10. She said, ” What a place ! ”
She exclaimed with joy that it was a very fine place.   OR
He exclaimed with surprise that it was a very strange place.

11. She said, ” What a horrible place it is ! ”
She exclaimed with fear that it was a very horrible place.

12. They said, ” How kind the king is ! ”
They exclaimed with joy/applause that the king was very kind.

13. He said, ” How foolish i am ! ”
He exclaimed with sorrow/regret that he was a big foolish.

14. She said to her friends, ” What a beautiful flower ! ”
She exclaimed with joy/surprise that it was a very beautiful flower.

15. He said, ” Ah ! i am happy now. ”
He exclaimed with joy that he was happy then.



Diznr International

Diznr International is known for International Business and Technology Magazine.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

error: