Direct Speech – Exercises

Quoting the exact words of the speaker is called “The Direct Speech”.

Direct Speech Exercises with Answers

Q. Change the following sentences into direct speech:

  1. Diya informed Maya that she was going to the park then.
  2. Urvashi told that their class teacher was on leave that day.
  3. Mr. Chandresh told me that his friend would meet him in Germany.
  4. Reema told me that she had written a poem.
  5. Ravi told his brother that he didn’t believe in aliens.

Answer

  1. Diya said to Maya, “I am going to the park now.”
  2. Urvashi said, “Our class teacher is on leave today.”
  3. Mr. Chandresh said to me, “My friends will meet me in Germany.”
  4. Reema said to me, “I have written a poem.”
  5. Ravi said to his brother, “I don’t believe in aliens.”

Q. Change the following sentences into direct speech:

  1. Jose said that hot air rises to the top.
  2. Mira told Raghav that he had been cleaning his room the previous day.
  3. Mitashi said to Parv that her father had a pet.
  4. Mona told Meenu that was Radhika’s book.
  5. My brother told me that he could not go to the market then.

Answer

  1. Jose said, “Hot air rises to the top.”
  2. Mira said to Raghav, “I was cleaning my room yesterday.”
  3. Mitashi said to Parv, “My father had a pet.”
  4. Mona said to Meenu, “This is Radhika’s book.”
  5. My brother said to me, “I can’t go to the market now.”

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