CBSE Class 8 English Reported Speech Imperative Sentences Worksheet

CBSE Class 8 English Worksheet - Reported Speech (Imperative Sentences) - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India.

 

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT 2 CLASS VIII ENGLISH

ASSIGNMENT NUMBER – 21

TOPIC – REPORTED SPEECH (Imperative Sentences)

CHANGE THE FOLLOWING INTO REPORTED SPEECH:

1. The king said to the Hatter, “Take off your hat.”

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

3. The mother said to the children, “Don’t make noise.”

4. The officer said to clerk, “Show me the case file.”

5. She said to me, “You will go to Mumbai next week.”

6. The receptionist said to the visitor, “Please, wait for some time.”

7. She said, “We should always respect our elders.”

8. The mother said to the servant, “Take the dog for a walk.”

9. The leader said to the peon, “Make a cup of coffee for me.”

10. The doctor said to the patient, “Don't smoke.”

11. The Sadhu said to his disciples, “Do not blame others for your failure.”

12. The stranger said to me, “Please help me.”

13. The old man said to the guests, “Please wait for some time.”

14. The officer said to the clerk, “Do it immediately.”

15. I said to him, “Work hard for a better tomorrow.”

16. I said to the child, “Don't peep into the well.”

17. She said to the peon, “Post the letter at once.”

18. The mother said to the children, “Don’t go near the fire.”

19. I said to my friend, “Don’t shout at me.”

20. He said, “Be quiet and listen to my words.”

21. The Prime minister said to the masses, “We should fight against terrorism and corruption for a better tomorrow.”

22. The teacher said, “Do not read so fast.”

23. I said to my brother, “Work hard if you want to succeed.”

24.I said to the girl, “Go home right now.”

25. He said, “Let us plan a trip to Hong Kong.”26. Mother sparrow said to her baby birds, “Don’t go out of the nest when I am away.”

27. The postmaster said to the postman, “Go and deliver these letters immediately.”

28. He said, “Let us go out for a walk.”

29. The teacher said to the Principal, “Please grant me leave.”

30. The teacher said to us, “Don't misbehave.”


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