H.S examination is held every year for the student of class 12. 12th class English grammar section’s direct and indirect speech question paper II and solution of the last 15 years have been given in this article.
(Solution of H.S. Exam. Questions)
Total Marks in each Exam= 2
Answer any 2 Questions from the given.
(a) Ramesh said to the boy, “What is the matter? Why are you crying? Be cheerful.”
Ans: Ramesh asked the boy what was the matter and asked him again why he was crying and told him to be cheerful.
(b) My friend told me that he was very thirsty and requested me to give him a glass of water.
Ans: My friend said to me.“ I am very thirsty. Please give me a glass of water.”
AHSEC H.S 2nd Year Narration Question Paper with Solution with direct and indirect speech.
(a) The boy said to the teacher, “Sir, I am weak in English and seek your advice.” “Read the text thoroughly and try to express your ideas in simple correct English. said the teacher.
Ans: The boy politely told the teacher that he was weak in English and sought his advice. The teacher advised him to read the text thoroughly and try to express the ideas in simple correct English.
(b) I asked my friend why he looked so sad. He replied that his father was seriously ill and there was little hope of his recovery.
Ans: I said to my friend, “Why do you look so sad?” He said, “My father is seriously ill and there is little hope of his recovery.”
(a)“I’ve just bought a car,” said Peter, “but it is not insured yet, so I can’t take you for a ride.”
Ans: Peter said to me that he had just bought a car, but that was not insured till then, so he could not take me a ride.
(b) The man said that they had been there for two‘and a half years and they are going to stay another six months.
Ans: The man said, “We have been here for two and a half months and we are going to stay another six months.”
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(a) The traveler said to the peasant, “Can you show me the nearest inn?” “Yes.” said the peasant.
Ans: The traveller asked the peasant if he could show him the nearest inn. The peasant replied that he could.
(b) She said to her son that he was old and lonely and asked him if he had no pity on her loneliness.
Ans: She said to her son, “I am old and lonely. Do you have no pity on my loneliness?”
(a) “Nothing can be avoided,” said Caesar, “Which the god had purposed. These omens appear to everyone, not only to Caesar.”
Ans: Caesar said that nothing could be avoided which the god had purposed. He further said that those omens appear to everyone, not only to Caesar.
(b) The teacher asked the student if he had prepared his lesson. The student replied politely that he had not.
Ans: The teacher said to the student, “Have you prepared your lesson?” The student said, “Sir, I’ve not.”
(a) “Hercules,” said the goddess of Virtue, “I offer myself to you, I know you are descended from the gods and that you have given proofs of that by your love of virtue.”
Ans: The goddess of Virtue told Hercules that she offered herself to him because she knew he was descended from the gods and that he had given proofs of that by his love of virtue.
(b) When John asked Marry whether she would help him, she replied that she would
Ans: When John said to Marry, “Will you help me?” She said, “I will.”
H.S. 2007 (New Course)
(a) He said, “I don’t wish to see any of you, go away,
Ans: He said that he did not wish to see any of them and told them to go away.
(b) The traveler asked the peasant if he could tell him the nearest inn. The peasant replied that he could.
Ans: The traveler said to the peasant, “Can you tell me the nearest inn?” The peasant replied, “Yes, I can.”
Assam Higher Secondary Narration Question Paper with Answers for the H.S 12 Class Students. here are direct and indirect speech questions with answers.
H.S. 2007 (Old Course)
(a) I asked him how long he would stay. He replied that he would stay for five days.
Ans: I said to him, “How long will you stay?” He said, “For five days.”
(b) The doctor said, “You have a mild attack of rheumatism. Take an injection.”
Ans: The doctor told me that I had a mild attack of rheumatism. He advised me to take an injection.
(a) “Rashmi,’ Karan said, “I have a very important matter to discuss with you today. You must give me your attention.”
Ans: Karan told Rashmi that he had a very important matter to discuss with her and so she must give him her attention.
(b) The teacher ordered Joe to stand up and asked him why he had not prepared his lesson. He told him that he would write to his father.
Ans: The teacher said to Joe, “Stand up. Why have not you prepared your lesson?’ I shall write to your father.”
direct and indirect speech Questions with Solutions
(a) Rohit said to his friends, “Let us go and help the flood-affected people.”
Ans: Rohit proposed to his friends that they should go and help the flood-affected people.
(b) I asked Priyam what she was doing. Priyam replied that she was preparing her lesson.
Ans: I asked Priyam, “What are you doing?” “I am preparing my lesson.” Said Priyam.
(a) I said to him, “How long will you stay?” He replied, “For five days.
Ans: I asked him how long he would stay. He replied that he would stay for five days.
(b) The boy humbly requested the teacher to excuse him and promised that he would never do so again.
Ans: The boy said to the teacher, “Please excuse me, sir. I will never do so again.
H.S. 2011 Narration
(a) Rajmi asked her friends if they were ready to go with her. They wanted to know what her attention was.
Ans: Rajmi said to her friends, “Are you ready to go with me? They said, “What is your attention?
(b) The boy requested that he might be allowed to get in. But the teacher said, “No.”
Ans: The boy said to the teacher, “May I get in, Sir?” The teacher replied negatively.
Narration question bank class 12 with lots of Previous year question papers and answers for the next level examination including the upcoming examination of 12 class English grammar. Students must have to practice Direct and indirect speech questions to pass out the exams.
(a) “Why are not you wearing chappals?”I ask one boy. “My mother did not bring them down from the shelf,” he answers simply.
Ans: I ask one boy why he is not wearing chappals. He simply answers that his mother didn’t bring them down from the shelf.
(b) One day Mukesh told me that he would be a motor mechanic and leave Firozabad. I asked if he knew anything about the car.
Ans: One day Mukesh said to me, “I will be a motor mechanic and leave Firozabad. I said to him, “Do you know anything about the car?
(a) The lady said to the salesman, “What is the price of the barbic doll?” The salesman said to her, “It is a bit expensive. But I can give you a 20% discount.”
Ans: The lady asked the salesman what the price of that barbic, doll was. The salesman answered to her that that was a bit expensive but he could give her a 20% discount.
(b) One day Mohan told me that he would become a doctor and leave Assam. I asked him if he knew anything about medicine.
Ans: One day Mohan said to me, “I will become a doctor and leave Assam.” I said to him, “Do you know anything about medicine?”
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