Reported Speech Exercises Commands and Requests

Direct and Indirect speech exercises with command and requests imperative sentences.

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1. The commander said to soldiers, “March on quick”
  1. The commander ordered soldiers to march on.
  2. The commander asked soldiers to march on.
  3. The commander said the soldiers to march on.

2. The old lady said to doctor, “Please, check up my ailing son”

  1. The old lady said to doctor to please check up her ailing son.
  2. The old lady requested doctor to check up her ailing son.
  3. The old lady asked doctor to check up her ailing son.
3. The beggar said to him, “Please, buy me a meal”
  1. The beggar requested him to buy him a meal.
  2. The beggar asked him to buy him a meal.
  3. The beggar said to him to buy him a meal.
4. The teacher said to him, “Stand up and do not move”
  1. The teacher asked him to stand up and not to move.
  2. The teacher ordered him to stand up and not to move.
  3. The teacher said to him to stand up and not to move.
5. He said to his servant, “get up quickly and prepare breakfast”
  1. He told his servant to get up quickly and prepare breakfast.
  2. He ordered his servant to get up quickly and prepare breakfast.
  3. He said to his servant to get up quickly and prepare breakfast.
6. She said to me, “Please, look into the matter personally”
  1. She requested me to look into the matter personally.
  2. She told to me to please look into the matter personally.
  3. She asked me to look into the matter personally.
7. Mother said to her, “shut up, go into your room”
  1. Mother asked her to shut up up and go into her room.
  2. Mother ordered her to shut up and go into her room.
  3. Mother said to her to shut up and go into her room.
8. Father said to him, “Go up in the room, find me my papers”
  1. Father said to him to go up in the room and find him papers.
  2. Father ordered him to go up in the room and find him the papers.
  3. Father told him to go up in the room and find him the papers.
9. The chairman said to the manager, “Resolve all matters quickly, I want no more complains”
  1. The chairman said to manager to resolve all matters quickly as he wanted no more complains.
  2. The chairman urged manager to resolve all matters quickly as he wanted no more complains.
  3. The chairman ordered manager to resolve all matters quickly as he wants no more complains.
10. The principal said to the teachers, “Be in your classes, I will check randomly”
  1. The principal warned the teachers to be in their classes as he would randomly check.
  2. The principal asked the teachers to be in their classes as he would randomly check.
  3. The principal threatened the teachers to be in their classes as he would randomly check.

 

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