Reported Speech Exercise Exclamatory Sentences

Study and practice below direct and indirect speech exercise with exclamatory sentences. The exercise is easy and aimed at beginners level narration exercises. Practice it and find the answers at the end.

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1. He said, “Alas! I did not stop him”
  1. He exclaimed with great regret that he did not stop him.
  2. He exclaimed with great anger that he did not stop him.
  3. He exclaimed with great regret that I did not stop him.
2. She said, “Vow! What a great idea”
  1. She exclaimed with great wonder that it was a great idea.
  2. She exclaimed with great wonder that what a great idea.
  3. She exclaimed with great wonder that it had been a great idea.
3. He said, Bravo! you have hit the on goal right time.
  1. He applauded them saying that he had hit the goal on right time.
  2. He applauded him saying that you had hit the goal on right time.
  3. He applauded him and said that he had hit the goal on right time
4. She said, “What an amazing car it is!”
  1. She exclaimed with wonder that what an amazing it was.
  2. She exclaimed with wonder that it was an amazing car.
  3. She exclaimed with wonder that what an amazing it is.
5. He said, “Pooh!how ugly he looks”
  1. He expressed with great disgust that he looked ugly.
  2. He expressed with great disgust that he was looking ugly.
  3. He expressed with great disgust that he was ugly looking.
6. Grand father said, “Aha! my only son has left me”
  1. Grand father exclaimed with great pain that his only son had left him.
  2. Grand father exclaimed with great pain that his only son left him.
  3. Grand father exclaimed with great pain that his only son has left him.
7. The Principal said, “Good!all the students are coming on time”
  1. The Principal expressed with great wonder that all the students were coming on time.
  2. The principal expressed with great wonder that all the students had been coming on time.
  3. The principal expressed with great wonder that all the students have come on time.
8. She said, “Hurrah! my father brought a gold watch for me”
  1. She exclaimed with great joy that her father brought a gold watch for her.
  2. She exclaimed with great joy that my father brought a gold watch for me.
  3. She exclaimed with great joy that her father had brought a gold watch for her.
9. He said, “Vow! this computer runs amazingly”
  1. He expressed with great surprise that that computer ran amazingly.
  2. He expressed with great surprise that computer ran amazingly.
  3. He expressed with great surprise that that computer had run amazingly.
10. He said, “How lucky you are to get your favorite job”
  1. He expressed with great wonder that I was lucky to get my favorite job.
  2. He expressed with great wonder that I am lucky to get my favorite job.
  3. He expressed with great wonder that I have been lucky to get my favorite job.

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