50. The teacher said to Ashok, “I 53. Socrates said, “Virtue is its own (4) The spectators applauded the
shall report the matter to the reward.” players joyfully to do well.
Principal if yo u misbehave (1) Socrates said that virtue had 58. I said to my friend, “Good Morn-
again.” its own rewards. ing. Let us go for a picnic today.”
(1) The teacher told Ashok that (2) Socrates says that virtue is (1) I told good morning to my
he would be reporting the its own reward. friend and asked to go for a
matter to the Principal if he (3) Socrates said that virtue is its picnic that day.
misbehaved again. own reward. (2) I wished my friend good morn-
(2) The teacher warned Ashok (4) Socrates said that virtue was ing and proposed that we
that he would report the mat- its own reward. should go for a picnic that
ter to the Principal if he mis- day.
54. He said to the interviewer,
behaved again. (3) I wished my friend good morn-
“Could you please repeat the
(3) The teacher threatened question?” ing and proposed that they
Ashok to report the matter to should go for a picnic that
(1) He requested the interview-
the Principal if he would mis- day.
er if he could please repeat
behave again. (4) I told good morning to my
(4) The teacher cautioned Ashok friend and suggested to go for
(2) He requested the interview-
about reporting the matter to a picnic today.
er to please repeat the ques-
the Principal if he misbehaved 59. The new student asked the old
again. one, “Do you know my name?”
(3) He requested the interview-
51. “Mohan made this mess. Let him (1) The new student asked the
er to repeat the question.
clear it up”, said his father. old one if he knew his name.
(4) He requested the interview-
(1) Mohan’s father said that Mo- (2) The new student asked the
er if he could repeat the ques-
han had made the mess and old one that whether he knew
proposed that he clear it up. his name.
55. He said, “It used to be a lovely,
(2) Mohan’s father said that Mo-
quiet street.” (3) The new student asked the
han had made the mess and old one did he know his name
that he was to clear it. (1) He said that it used to be a
lovely, quiet street. (4) The new student asked the
(3) Mohan’s father said that Mo-
(2) He pointed out that it had old one if he knows his name
han had made the mess and
suggested that he clear it. used to be a lovely, quiet 60. I warned her that I could no long-
street. er tolerate her coming late.
(4) Mohan’s father said that Mo-
han had made the mess and (3) He said that there used to be (1) I said to her, “You can no long-
that he should clear it. a lovely, quiet street. er tolerate my coming late.”
52. “Do as you wish, but don’t come (4) He inquired whether there (2) I said to her, “I can no longer
and ask me for help if you get was a lovely, quiet street. tolerate your coming late.”
into difficulties.” 56. The Prime Minister said that no (3) I said to her, “He can no long-
(1) He tol d me to do as he one would be allowed to disturb er tolerate her coming late.”
wished or he wouldn’t come the peace. (4) I said to her, “I can no longer
and help me if I got into diffi- (1) The Prime Minister said, “We tolerate she coming late.”
culties. shall not allow any one to dis- 61. I said to my mother, “I will cer-
(2) He told me to do as I wished, turb the peace.” tainly take you to Bangalore this
but not to go and ask him for (2) The Prime Minister said, “We week.”
help if I got into difficulties. would not allow no one to dis- (1) I told my mother he would
(3) He ordered me to do as I turb the peace certainly take her to Banga-
wished, but not to go and ask lore that week.
(3) The Prime Minister said, “No
him for help if, I got into dif-
one will disturb the peace.” (2) I told my mother that I would
(4) The Prime Minister said, “No certainly take her to Banga-
(4) He told me that unless I did
one can disturb the peace.” lore that week.
as I wished he would not
come and help me if I got into 57. The spectators said, “Bravo! Well (3) I told my mother that she
difficulties. where had he done players.” would certainly take her to
been all those (1) The spectators shouted that Bangalore that week.
Directions (53–77) : In the fol- the players were doing very (4) I told to my mother that I
lowing questions, a sentence has been well. would take you to Bangalore
given in Direct/Indirect form. Out of (2) The spectators exclaimed that week.
the four alternatives suggested, select with joy that the players were 62. “How long does the journey take”
the one which best expresses the same doing very well. my co-passenger asked me.
sentence in Indirect/Direct form. (3) The spectators applauded the (1) My co-passenger asked me
(SSC Graduate Level Tier-II players saying that they had how long does the journey
Exam. 01.08.2010) done well. take?