Directions (Q.1-5): Sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect Speech. Out of the four alternatives suggested select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct Speech.

1. Seeta said to me, “Can you give me your pen ?”

Seeta asked me can I give her my pen

Seeta asked me if I can give me your pen

Seeta asked me if I could give her my pen

Seeta asked me if I gave her my pen

2. The father warned his son that he should be beware of him.

The father warned his son, “Beware of him!”

The father warned his son, “Watch that chap!”

The father warned his son, “Be careful about him.”

The father warned his son, “Don’t fall into the trap.”

3. Manna asked Rohan, “Have you sat in a trolley bus before?”

Manna asked Rohan whether he had sat in a trolley bus earlier.

Manna asked Rohan had he sat in a trolley bus before.

Manna asked Rohan if he sat on a trolley bus before.

Manna asked Rohan if he has ever sat in a trolley bus

4. Farhan asked Geeta, “Could you lend me a hundred rupees until tomorrow ?”

Farhan asked Geeta whether she could lend him a hundred rupees until tomorrow

Farhan asked Geeta whether she could lend him a hundred rupees until the next day

Farhan asked Geeta whether she could lend me a hundred rupees until the next day

Farhan asked whether Geeta could lend me a hundred rupees until the next day

5. “What about going for a swim,” he said, “It’s quite fine now.”

He asked me what about going for a swim as it was quite fine then

He proposed going for a swim as it was quite fine

He suggested going for a swim as it was quite fine

He advised me to go for a swim as it was quite fine

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