He told        me, “Your train                                 If the Rep. Sp. is a Universal Truth/Habitual Action,
       ̄         ̄        ̄       ̄                                     the Tense in the Rep. Sp. remains unchanged.
   Sub. Rep. V. Ob. Pro.1                                      475. (2) He exclaimed hopefully that they would come.
     will leave if you       do
                                                                    said (wish) Þ exclaimed hopefully
            ̄           ̄         ̄
                                                                    that Þ Conj.
       S. Fut.      Pro.2 S. Pr.
                                                               476. (1) The teacher told the children that the Sun always
     not go at once.” (D.S.)
                                                                    sets in the west. (Indirect)
                                                                    said to Þ told
             Ext. wd.
                                                               477. (4) The stranger asked the boy if he could tell him the
466. (4) Rakesh asks Sunita if she can prepare a cup of             way to Raj Bhawan. (Indirect)
     tea for him. (Indirect)
                                                                    said to Þ asked
     says Þ asks
                                                                    you Þ he
     if Þ Conj.
                                                                    if Þ Conj.
     you Þ she
                                                                    me Þ him
     me Þ him
                                                                    can Þ could
467. (2) The Prime Minister said at a meeting that there
     was no need of a working President then. (Indirect)       478. (1) The teacher enquired from the students whether
                                                                    the guide had conducted them right upto the top.
     that Þ Conj.
     is (S. Pre.) Þ was (S. Past)
                                                                    asked Þ enquired
     now Þ then
                                                                    whether Þ Conj.
468. (2) He urged them to be quiet and listen to his words.
                                                                    bring (S. Pr.) Þ had conducted (brought) (Past Per.)
                                                                    you Þ them
     said Þ urged
                                                               479. (4) The boy swore that he had not cheated. (Indirect)
     be quiet Þ to be quiet
                                                                    said (By God) Þ swore
     my Þ his
     An Imp. Sent. is changed into Indirect Speech by               that Þ Conj.
     using a to-Inf.                                                I Þ he
469. (4) Anil said that Ali had deserved the prize. (Indirect)      have not cheated (Pr. Per.) Þ had not cheated (Past
     that Þ Conj.                                                   Per.)
     deserved (S. Past) Þ had deserved (Past Per.)             480. (3) Mrs. Lal advised Nina to see a doctor. (Indirect)
470. (4) He prayed that God might bless me. (Indirect)              said Þ advised
     said to Þ prayed                                               Imp. mood is changed into Inf. mood in Indirect
                                                                    Speech by using to
     that Þ Conj.
                                                               481. (2) She said that her sister had been there ten days
     may Þ might
                                                                    before but she was not there then. (Indirect)
     you Þ me
                                                                    that Þ Conj.
471. (1) I cautioned the old man against sitting on that chair
                                                                    was (S. Past) Þ had been (Past Per.)
     as it was broken. (Indirect)
                                                                    here Þ there
     said to Þ cautioned
                                                                    ago Þ before
     don’t sit Þ against sitting
                                                                    now Þ then
     is (S. Pr.) Þ was (S. Past)
                                                               482. (1) He said that he would go however hard it might
     don’t can also be replaced by not to
                                                                    rain. (Indirect)
472. (3) He observed that he was a strange man. (Indirect)
                                                                    that Þ Conj.
     said Þ observed
                                                                    let it rain Þ it might rain
     that Þ Conj.
                                                                    ever so Þ however
473. (4) he said that he was coming the next day. (Indirect)
                                                                    I Þ he
     that Þ Conj.
                                                                    shall Þ would
     I Þ he
                                                               483. (4) The little boy enquired of him who he was and
     am (S. Pr.) Þ was (S. Past)
                                                                    where he had come from. (Indirect)
     tomorrow Þ the next day
                                                                    said – to him Þ enquired of him
474. (3) He says that the sun rises in the east. (Indirect)
                                                                    are Þ was
     that Þ Conj.
                                                                    you Þ he
     when the Rep. V. is in S. Pr., the Tense in the Rep.
     Sp. will remain unchanged.                                     have – come (Pr. Per.) Þ had come (Past Per.)