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English Narration Series Part 29 : 500 most important questions

English Narration Series Part 29 : 500 most important questions

English Narration Series Part 29 : 500 most important questions

Q1124. “Don’t do any more work.” Mother advised me.

  1. My mother advised me not to do any more work.
  2. My mother ordered me not to do any more work.
  3. My mother advised not to do any more work.
  4. My mother advised me to do any more work.

Q1125. Vipul said, “Alas! How thoughtless I have been!”

  1. Vipul exclaimed how thoughtless I have been.
  2. Vipul regretted upon my thoughtlessness.
  3. Vipul confessed with regret that he had been thoughtless.
  4. Vipul admitted that he had been thoughtless.

Q1126. The officer said, “Cowards! You shall soon be put to death.”

  1. The officer said that they were cowards and should be put to death soon.
  2. The officer called them cowards and said that they would soon be put to death.
  3. The officer called them cowards and said that they must be put to death soon.
  4. The officer said that they would soon be put to death.

Q1127. My father said to me, “Will you sit and study at least now.”

  1. My father asked me if I will sit and study least then.
  2. My father enquired me if I would sit and study at least now.
  3. My father asked me whether I can sit and study at least then.
  4. My father asked me if I would sit and study at least then.

English Narration
Q1128. “What an excellent piece of art! ” she said.

  1. She exclaimed with surprise was it an excellent piece of art.
  2. She had exclaimed that it was an excellent piece of art.
  3. She exclaimed what an excellent piece of art was it.
  4. She exclaimed with appreciation that it was an excellent piece of art.

Q1129. Dr. Ratan said to the patient, “ Take light food and do not go out in the Sun. ”

  1. Dr. Ratan advised the patient to take light food and not to go out in the sun.
  2. Dr. Ratan advised the patient to take light food and to do not out in the sun.
  3. Dr. Ratan advised the patient to take light food and not go out in the sun.
  4. Dr. Ratan advised the patient to take light food and do not go out in the sun.

Q1130.  Rajiv said to me, “He plays with right hand.”

  1. Rajiv said that he played with right hand.
  2. Rajiv told me that he could play with right hand.
  3. Rajiv told me that he plays with right hand.
  4. Rajiv asked if he could play with right hand.

Q1131. “Oh! How foolish I have been in money matters!”

  1. He expressed with regret that he could be so foolish in money matters.
  2. He confessed regretfully that he had been very foolish in money matters.
  3. He confessed to himself that he is being very foolish in money matters.
  4. He exclaimed regretfully that he was very foolish in money matters.

Q1132. I said to my friend, “Can I borrow your dictionary for one day only?

  1. I asked my friend if I might borrow his dictionary for one day only.
  2. I told my friend I could borrow his dictionary for one day only.
  3. I asked my friend if I could borrow his dictionary for one day only.
  4. I requested my friend if I can borrow his dictionary for one day only.

Q1133. I’ll say to my friends, “I have started learning computer”.

  1. I’ll tell my friends that I learn computer.
  2. I’ll tell my friends that I am learning computer.
  3. I’ll tell my friends that I have started learning computer.
  4. I’ll tell my friends that I had started learning computer.

Q1134. The commander said, “Let the gates be left open.”

  1. The commander ordered that the gates will be left open.
  2. The commander ordered for the gates to be left open.
  3. The commander ordered that let the gates be left open.
  4. The commander wanted that the gates be left open.

Q1135. I said to my mother, “Please warm this milk. Don’t boil it. ”

  1. I requested my mother to warm that milk and asked her not boil it
  2. I asked my mother that she may warm that milk but not to boil it.
  3. I requested my mother that she warm that milk and not to boil it.
  4. I told my mother respectfully that she will warm that milk and not to boil it.

Q1136. “They are late” She has already told us.

  1. She has already told us that they are late.
  2. She told us that they are late already.
  3. She told us that they are already late.
  4. She has already been telling us that they are late.

Q1137. He said to me, “Where are you going?”

  1. He asked that where I was going.
  2. He asked me where I was going.
  3. He said me to where I was going.
  4. He said to me that where I was going.

Q1138. The teacher said to me, “I hope you will bring credit to my school.”

  1. The teacher hoped that I would bring credit to his school.
  2. The teacher said that I will bring credit to his school.
  3. The teacher demanded that I will bring credit to his school.
  4. The teacher wished that I would bring credit to his school.

Q1139. “There is no need for you to be so angry !” said Mrs. Sen to her husband.

  1. Mrs. Sen told her husband that there was no need for his anger.
  2. Mrs. Sen told her husband to not be so angry.
  3. Mrs. Sen told her husband that there was no need for him to be so angry.
  4. Mrs. Sen told her husband that no need was there to be so in anger.

Q1140. He wished me respectfully and told that he had come to join the office.

  1. He said to me, “Good morning, Sir ! I’m here to join the office. ”
  2. He said to me, “Good morning, Sir ! I have come to join the office.”
  3. He said to me, “Good morning, Sir ! I’ll join the office today”.
  4. He said to me, “Good morning, Sir ! I want to join the office.”

Q1141. I said, “Good-bye, my beloved friends.”

  1. I wished my beloved friends good-bye.
  2. I bade my beloved friends good-bye.
  3. I said good-bye to my beloved friends.
  4. I bibed good-bye to my beloved friends.

Q1142. The teacher said, “Don’t come to school on Monday because it is a holiday.”

  1. The teacher asked us don‘t come to school on Monday because it is a holiday.
  2. The teacher told us don’t come to school on Monday because it is a holiday.
  3. The teacher asked if we were coming to school on Monday because it was a holiday.
  4. The teacher told us not to come to school on Monday because it is a holiday.

Q1143. He said to his father, “Shall I go to market now?”

  1. He asked his father if he would go to market now.
  2. He asked his father if he shall go to market now.
  3. He asked his father if he will go to market then.
  4. He asked his father if he should go to market then.

Q1144. “Sam, will you help me carry my bags?” Asked the old woman.

  1. The old woman told Sam to helped her carry her bags.
  2. The old woman asked Sam whether he would help her carry her bags.
  3. The old woman said to Sam to help her carried her bags.
  4. The old woman asked to Sam to help her carry her bags.

Q1145. The teacher said to his student, “Do you have any excuse for coming late to the school, today?”

  1. The teacher asked his student whether he had any excuse for coming late to the school that day.
  2. The teacher asked his student whether did he have any excuse for coming late to the school that day.
  3. The teacher asked his student whether he has any excuse for coming late to the school that day.
  4. The teacher asked his student whether he did have any excuse for coming late to the school that day.

Q1146. The boy thanked the Principal for granting him a fee-concession.

  1. The boy said to the Principal, “I express my thanks that you have granted me a fee- confession.”
  2. The boy said to the Principal, “I am thankful to you for a fee-concession.
  3. The boy said to the Principal, “You are kind enough to grant me a fee-concession.
  4. The boy said to the principal, “Thank you, madam, for granting me a fee-concession.

Q1147. The teacher said to him, “Do not go out.”

  1. The teacher commanded him that he should not go out.
  2. The teacher told him do not go out.
  3. The teacher ordered him to not to go out.
  4. The teacher advised him not to go out.

Q1148. He asked me if I would like to have lunch with him that day.

  1. He said to me, “You can if you like to have lunch with me today.”
  2. He said to me, “Would you like to have lunch with me today?”
  3. He said to me, “ Can you have lunch with me today?”
  4. He said to me, “Do you like to have lunch with me today?”

Q1149. Rahul said, “Yes I am mistaken”   

  1. Rahul admitted that he was mistaken.
  2. Rahul said that he was on mistake.
  3. Rahul admitted that I was mistaken.
  4. Rahul said that he is mistaken.

Q1150. The guide said to the swimmer, “Don’t swim out too far”.

  1. The guide told to the swimmer to not swim out too far.
  2. The guide suggested the swimmer that don’t swim out too far.
  3. The guide asked the swimmer not to swim out too far.
  4. The guide forbade the swimmer to swim out too far.

Q1151. Our teacher said to us, “Help others but do not expect anything in return.”

  1. Our teacher asked us to help others but do not expect anything in return.
  2. Our teacher advised us to help others but not to expect anything in return.
  3. Our teacher advised to us to help others and not to expect anything for return.
  4. Our teacher advised us to help others but not to expect nothing in return.

Q1152. He said to me, “If I get selected, I need not take any other examination”.

  1. He told me that if he got selected, he would not have to take any other examination.
  2. He asked me that if he gets selected he would not have to take any other examination
  3. He told me that if he gets selected, he will not have to take any other examination.
  4. None of these

Q1153. Ranjeet said, “What a pleasant surprise!”

  1. Ranjeet explained that it is a pleasant surprise.
  2. Ranjeet explained that it was a pleasant surprise.
  3. Ranjeet called it to be a pleasant surprise.
  4. Ranjeet applauds that it was a pleasant surprise.

Q1154. They said, “Hurray ! We have won the final match today”.

  1. They exclaimed with joy that they had won the match that day.
  2. They exclaimed that we had won the match that day.
  3. They told that they had won the match that day.
  4. They enjoyed after winning the final match that day.

Q1155. The pupil said to the teacher, “What shall I do after the test?”

  1. The pupil told the teacher what he should do after the test.
  2. The pupil asked the teacher that what he should do after the test.
  3. The pupil asked the teacher what he should do after the test.
  4. The pupil wanted to know about what should be done after the test.

Q1156. The author said, “It took me two years to complete the book”.

  1. The author said that it took me two years to complete the book.
  2. The author said that it had taken me two years to complete the book.
  3. The author said that it had taken him two years to complete the book.
  4. The author told that it would have taken him two years to complete the book.

Q1157. Ramesh said, “Virtue is its own reward.”

  1. Ramesh said that virtue is its own reward.
  2. Ramesh told that virtue was its own reward.
  3. Ramesh asked if virtue is its own reward.
  4. Ramesh said that virtue was its own reward.

English Narration
Q1158. He requested the boys to listen to what he was saying.

  1. He said, “If request you to listen to what I am saying?”
  2. He said, “Boys, listen to what I was saying”.
  3. He said the boys, “Listen to what I am saying”.
  4. He said to the boys, “Please, listen to what I am saying.”

 

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