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Direct Indirect Speech Rules | Exercise | PDF Free Download

Direct Indirect Speech Rules | Exercise | PDF Free Download

Direct Indirect Speech Rules | Exercise | PDF Free Download
Narration (Direct Indirect) is an art of delivery correct message to the receiver. Narration is an integral part of our language; we cannot deliver correct message until we know the art of narration. Hindi is our native language we are perfect in conveying our messages correctly but what happens when we have to report some incident in English. 


We think that narration can be avoided while speaking English but I believe if you don't know the narration you will convey wrong message to the listener and the listener can misinterpret that.

Look at this example what happens when you don't use Indirect speech.

Your boss is saying this to you: You don't work these days, why do you not complete your work on time. I have never seen a jerk like you.

When you report this conversation to someone then you need to make some changes to deliver this conversation correctly. Through this workbook we are going to learn Direct Indirect speech rules.

This workbook is designed to make you proficient in Direct Indirect Speech. We have covered all the aspects of Direct Indirect (10 Rules).


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