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English Narration Series Part 12: 500 most important questions

English Narration Series Part 12: 500 most important questions

English Narration Series Part 12: 500 most important questions

Q431. “If you don’t keep quiet I shall shoot you”, he said to her in a calm voice.

(a) He warned her to shoot if she didn’t keep quiet calmly.

(b) He said calmly that I shall shoot you if you don’t be quiet.

(c) He warned her calmly that he would shoot her if she didn’t keep quiet.

(d) Calmly he warned her that be quiet or else he will have to shoot her.

Q432. I told him that he was not working hard.

(a) I said to him, “You are not working hard.”

(b) I told to him, “You are not working hard.”

(c) I said, “You are not working hard.”

(d) I said to him, “Harish is not working hard.”

Q433. His father ordered him to go to his room and study.

(a) His father said, “Go to your room and study.”

(b) His father said to him, “Go and study in your room.”

(c) His father shouted, “Go right now to your study room”

(d) His father said firmly, “Go and study in your room.”

Q434. He said to his father, “Please increase my pocket-money.”

(a) He told his father to please increase the pocket-money.

(b) He pleaded his father to please increase my pocket money.

(c) He requested his father to increase his pocket-money.

(d) He asked his father to increase his pocket-money.

Q435. She said that her brother was getting married.

(a) She said, “Her brother is getting married.”

(b) She told, “Her brother is getting married.”

(c) She said, “My brother is getting married.”

(d) She said, “My brother was getting married.”

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Q436. The boy said, “Who dare call you a thief?”

(a) The boy asked who dared call him a thief.

(b) The boy asked who called him a thief.

(c) The boy told that who dared call him a thief.

(d) The boy wondered who dared call a thief.

Q437.  She exclaimed with sorrow that was a very miserable slight.

(a) She said with sorrow, “What a pity it is.”

(b) She said, “What a mystery it is.”

(c) She said, “What a miserable sight it is.”

(d) She said, “What a miserable plight it is.”

Q438. Durgesh says to his partner, “There is no stock in the godown, isn’t there?”

(a) Durgesh asks his partner if there was no stock in the godown.

(b) Durgesh says to his partner if there is no stock in the godown, isn’t there.

(c) Durgesh asks his partner if there is no stock in the godown.

(d) Durgesh asked his partner if there is no stock in the godown.

Q439.  “Why are you crying, my son?” asked a soft voice close behind me. “I came to the fair alone and now I am lost.” I replied.

(a) A soft voice behind me asked why I was crying. I replied that I had come alone to the fair and then I was lost.

(b) A soft voice behind me asked that why I was crying. I replied that I had come alone to the fair and then I was lost.

(c) A soft voice behind me asked why I was crying. I replied I had come alone to the fair and then I was lost.

(d) A soft voice behind me asked why I was crying. I replied that I had come alone to the fair and then I were lost.

Q440. She said to him, “Why don’t you go today?”

(a) She asked him why he did not go that day.

(b) She said to him why he don’t go that day.

(c) She asked him not to go that day.

(d) She asked him why he did not go today.

Q441. He exclaimed with joy that India had won the world cup finals.

(a) He said, “India has won the world cup finals”

(b) He said, “India won the world cup finals”

(c) He said, “How! India will win the world cup finals”

(d) He said, “Hurrah! India has won the World cup finals.”

Q442. The child looked at the puppy innocently and said, “ I want to take you home.”

(a) The child looked at the puppy innocently and said that he wants to take it home.

(b) The child looked at the puppy innocently and said that he wanted to take it home

(c) The child looked at the puppy innocently and said that he wanted it home to be taken.

(d) The child looks at the puppy innocently and said that he wanted to take it home.

Q443. The man said, “No, I refuse to confess guilt.”

(a) The man emphatically refused to confess guilt.

(b) The man refused to confess his guilt.

(c) The man told that he did not confess guilt.

(d) The man was stubborn enough to confess guilt.

Q444. Nita ordered her servant to bring her cup of tea.

(a) Nita told her servant, “Bring a cup of tea”

(b) Nita said, “Bring me a cup of tea”

(c) Nita said to her servant, “Bring me a cup of tea”

(d) Nita told her servant, “Bring her that cup of tea”

Q445. My cousin said, “My room-mate had snored throughout the night.”

(a) My cousin said that her room-mate snored throughout the night.

(b) My cousin told me that her room-mate snored throughout the night.

(c) My cousin complained to me that her room-mate is snoring throughout the night.

(d) My cousin felt that her room-mate may be snoring throughout the night.

Q446. “Hurry up.” he said to the servant, “Do not waste time.”

(a) He ordered the servant to hurry up and not to waste time.

(b) He ordered the servant hurry up and not to waste time.

(c) He ordered the servant to hurry up and to not waste time.

(d) He requested the servant to hurry up and not to waste time.

Q447. He said, “Let the boy do whatever he likes.”

(a) He suggested that the boy might be allowed to do whatever he liked.

(b) He suggests that the boy might be allowed to do whatever he liked.

(c) He suggested that the boy might be allow to do whatever he liked.

(d) He suggested that the boy might be allowed to do whatever he likes.

Q448. The speaker said to his audience, “Friends, consider the matter well.”

(a) Addressing the audience as friends, the speaker advised them to considering the matter well.

(b) Addressing the audience as friends, the speaker advised them to consider the matter well.

(c) Addressing the audience as friends, the speaker advises them to consider the matter well.

(d) Addressed the audience as friends, the speaker advised them to consider the matter well.

Q449. Sanjay said to Mani, “Go away. Don’t show me your face again.”

(a) Sanjay ordered Mani to go away and not to show her face again.

(b) Sanjay ordered Mani to go away and to not show her face again.

(c) Sanjay ordered Mani to go away not to show her face again.

(d) Sanjay orders Mani to go away and not to show her face again.

Q450. The man said, “Alas! what a fool I have been. How could I trust such a liar.”

(a) The man confessed with sorrow that he had been a great fool and wondered how he could have trusted such a liar.

(b) The man confesses with sorrow that he had been a great fool and wondered how he could have trusted such a liar.

(c) The man confessed with sorrow that he was a great fool and wondered how he could have trusted such a liar.

(d) The man confessed with sorrow that he had been a great fool and wondered how he could trust such a liar.

Q451. They said to me, “How obliged we are to you for coming to this function!”

(a) They said to me that they were greatly obliged to me for coming to that function.

(b) They told to me that they were greatly obliged to me for coming to that function.

(c) They asked me that they were greatly obliged to me for coming to that function.

(d) They said to me they were greatly obliged to me for coming to that function.

Q452. “Go home boys”, said the teacher. “It’s no point waiting here now.”

(a) The teacher ordered the boys to go home as there were no point waiting there then.

(b) The teacher ordered the boys to go home as there is no point waiting there then.

(c) The teacher ordered the boys to go home as there was no point waiting there then.

(d) The teacher requested the boys to go home as there was no point waiting there then.

Q453. My father said to me, “Do as I do. Only when you do as I do will you learn.

(a) My father ordered me to do as he did and said that only when I did as he did would I learn.

(b) My father ordered me to do as he does and said that only when I did as he did would I learn.

(c) My father ordered me to do as he did and ordered that only when I did as he did would I learn.

(d) My father ordered me to do as he did and said that only when I did as he did I would learn.

Q454. The teacher said, “John, why are you always late?”John said,” Mam I come from a very         distant place everyday.”

(a) The teacher asked John why he was always late. John replied that he came from a very distant place everyday.

(b) The teacher asked John why he was always late. John replied that he comes from a very distant place everyday.

(c)The teacher asked John why was he always late. John replied that he came from a very distant place everyday.

(d)The teacher asked John why he was always late. John replied that he came from a very distant place.

Q455. ‘What did you eat last night?” asked my mother. I Replied “I never eat anything at night mom.”

(a) My mother asked what had I eaten the previous night and I replied that I never eat anything at night.

(b) My mother asked what had I ate the previous night and I replied that I never eat anything at night.

(c) My mother asked what I ate the previous night and I replied that I never eat anything at night.

(d) My mother asked what I had eaten the previous night and I replied that I never eat anything at night.

Q456. “Where do you propose to go tomorrow that you are asking for a holiday?” said the employer to him.

(a) The employer asked him where he proposed to go the following day that he was asking for a holiday.

(b) The employer told him where he proposed to go the following day that he was asking for a holiday.

(c) The employer asked him that where he proposed to go the following day that he was asking for a holiday.

(d) The employer threatened him where he proposed to go the following day that he was asking for a holiday.

Q457.  “Help! Help! Help!” she cried. “There is some animal in the water that is pulling me down.”

(a) She shouted for help and said that there was some animal in the water that was pulling her down.

(b) She shouted for help and said there was some animal in the water that was pulling her down.

(c) She shouted for help and said that there were some animal in the water that was pulling her down.

(d) She shouted help help and said that there was some animal in the water that was pulling her down.

Q458. “Please don’t take her away, she will not repeat this mistake again,”said the old lady.

(a) The old lady pleaded the officer not to take her away and said that she would not repeat that mistake again.

(b) The old lady pleaded the officer to not take her away and said that she would not repeat that mistake again.

(c) The old lady requested the officer to not take her away and said that she would not repeat that mistake again.

(d) The old lady pleaded the officer not to take her away and promise that she would not repeat that mistake again.

Q459. The child said, “Mom can you please help me finish my homework.”

(a) The child requested his mom to help him finish his homework.

(b) The child asked his mom politely if she could help him finish his homework.

(c) The child told his mom to help him finish his homework.

(d) The child asked his mom politely if she can help him finish his homework.

Q460. The teacher said to me, “Nonsense.”

(a) The teacher said to me that it was nonsense.

(b) The teacher said to me that it is nonsense.

(c) The teacher said to me nonsense.

(d) The teacher said to me that nonsense

Q461. The man said to his daughter,” The apple of my eyes, what do you want for your birthday?”

(a) The man called his daughter lovingly and asked what she wanted for her birthday.

(b) The man addressed his daughter the apple of his eyes and asked what she wanted for her birthday.

(c) The man called his daughter the apple of his eyes and asked what she wanted for her birthday.

(d) The man called his daughter the apple of his eyes and said what she wanted for her birthday.

Q462. The teacher said to the boy,” You foolish boy Mahesh !How could you forget your hall ticket at home.”

(a) The teacher called Mahesh a foolish boy and asked how he could forget his hall ticket at home.

(b) The teacher called Mahesh a foolish boy and wondered how he could forget his hall ticket at home.

(c) The teacher addressed Mahesh a foolish boy and wondered how he could forget his hall ticket at home.

(d) The teacher called Mahesh a foolish boy and wondered how he could have forgetten his hall ticket at home.

Q463. He said to the people,” Please take your seats. We will discuss the matter in detail now.”

(a) He said to the people to take their seats and said that they would discuss the matter in detail then.

(b) He requested to the people to take their seats and said that they would discuss the matter in detail then.

(c) He requested the people to take their seats and said that they would discuss the matter in detail then.

(d) He requested the people to take their seats and ordered that they would discuss the matter in detail then.

Q464. The boy said to the guests, “Welcome.”

(a) The boy was welcoming the guests.

(c) The boy said to the guests welcome.

(c) The boy welcomed the guests.

(d) The boy told the guests welcome.

Q465. My cousin said, “My room-mate studies throughout the night and makes notes every night.” I said, “And what about you?”

(a) My cousin said that his room-mate studied throughout the night and made notes every night. I asked my cousin and what about him.

(b) My cousin said that his room-mate studies throughout the night and made notes every night. I asked my cousin and what about him.

(c) My cousin said that his room-mate studied throughout the night and makes notes every night. I asked my cousin and what about him.

(d) My cousin says that his room-mate studied throughout the night and made notes every night. I asked my cousin and what about him.

Q466. The man said to the girl, “Hello.” The girl replied, “Hello, How are you?”

(a) The man greeted the girl. The girl also greeted the man and asked how he was.

(b) The man greeted the girl and said hello. The girl also greeted the man and asked how he was.

(c) The man greeted the girl. The girl also greeted the man and told how he was.

(d) The man greeted the girl. The girl also greeted the man and asked how was he.

Q467. She said to him, “The weather is fine why don’t you go today.”

(a) She suggested to him that the weather was fine so why he didn’t go that day.

(b) She interrogated to him that the weather was fine so why he didn’t go that day.

(c) She suggested to him that the weather was fine and asked so why he didn’t go that day.

(d) She asked him why he didn’t go that day.

Q468. She said that her brother was getting married.

(a) She said, “His brother is getting married.”

(b) She told, “Her brother is getting married next week.”

(c) She said, “My brother is getting married.”

(d) She said, “My brother was getting married.”

Q469. The man said to the judge, “No, not at all I will not accept this. I have not done                anything wrong.

(a) The man emphatically refused to accept that in front of the judge. He said that he had not done               anything wrong.

(b) The man refused to accept that in front of the judge. He said that he had done anything wrong.

(c) The man emphatically refused to accept that in front of the judge. He said that he had not did anything wrong.

(d) The man emphatically refused to accept that. He said that he had not done anything wrong.

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Q470. I told him that he was not working hard.

(a) I said to him, “You are not working hard.”

(b) I told to him, “You were not working hard.”

(c) I said, “You are not working hard.”

(d) I said to him, “He is not working.”

 

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