CBSE Class 8 English Reported Speech Assertive And Interrogative Sentences Worksheet

CBSE Class 8 English Worksheet - REPORTED SPEECH (Assertive And Interrogative Sentences) - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India.




TOPIC – REPORTED SPEECH (Assertive and Interrogative Sentences)


1. He says, “I shall go to Bikaner.”

2. The scientist asked the teacher, “Should I help you?”

3. “Where do you live?” asked the manager.

4. “I will come to Delhi next month,” my uncle said.

5. You said to me, “Is your friend loyal?”

6. My father said to me, “Where were you last night?”

7. The teacher said to the students, “The sun rises in the east and sets in the west.”

8. My friend said, “Burglars broke into my house last night.”

9. Deepak said, “My friend has been singing for two hours.”

10. The teacher said, “Two and five make seven.”

11. He said to me, “Is your brother unwell?”

12. He says, “I am doing my duty.”

13. Jaya said, “I shall succeed in my goal.”

14. The owner said to the servant, “Will you come tomorrow?”

15. 16. He said to me, “I know you very well.”

17. The fox said to the crow, “I want to listen to your song.”

18. I said to him, “My friend will have arrived at his office by now.”

19. She said to me, “What are you doing?”

20. He said, “Can I help you under the circumstances?”

21. He said to me, “Can I help you?”

22. Newton said, “Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.” He inquired, “When do you intend to pay me?”

23. I said to him, “Were you absent at the festival last week?”

24.Ramesh will say, “I am the owner of this shop.”

25. The teacher said, “You have done it correctly.”

26. She said to me, “I was waiting for my sister.”

27. The thief said to the other thieves, “Where will you be hiding in the jungle?”

28. Mr. John said to Jenny, “What are you doing now?”

29. I said to her, “You should tell everything to your brother.”

30. He said, “I am playing cricket.”

31. She said to him, “How do you feel now?”

32. The customer said to the shopkeeper, “Will you show me a good television set?”

33. You will say to him, “I will apologise for my behaviour.”

34. The bookseller said to me, “Which pen do you want?”

35. The students said to me, “We have been reading the newspaper for the last thirty minutes.”

36. They said to me, “Mr.Arun is the best teacher.”

37. I said to my mother, “I am writing a letter.”

38. The guide said to the students, “Ashoka renounced war after the victory over Kalinga.”

39. The doctor said to the patient, “Did you take your medicine?”

40. The teacher said to Roshni, “Have you done your homework?”


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