484. (4) The teacher told his students that health is wealth 496. (1) Rita says, “Kishore sang a song.” (Direct)
     whatever they might say. (Indirect)                          When the Rep.V. is say/says, the Tense in the
     said to Þ told                                               Rep.Sp. does not change.
     that Þ Conj.                                            497. (2) my Þ his
     when it is a Universal Truth, the Tense in the Rep.          The boy exclaimed with sorrow that his mother had
     Sp. remains unchanged.                                       died. (Indirect)
485. (2) The child exclaimed that it was a beautiful sight.       Alas! Þ exclaimed with sorrow
     (Indirect)                                              498. (2) The teacher said that the boy might be allowed to
     said Þ exclaimed                                             go home. (Indirect)
     that Þ Conj.                                                 let Þ might be allowed + to-Inf.
     Exclamatory Sent. Þ Statement                           499. (4) I asked him when he would return. (Indirect)
486. (4) Mohan will say that he wants two persons to assist       Interrogative Þ Assertive
     him. (Indirect)                                              said to Þ asked
     that Þ Conj.                                            500. (1) He ordered his servant to go away at once.
     I Þ he                                                       (Indirect)
     want Þ wants                                                 said to Þ ordered
487. (1) He asked her why she had given up her job.               When an Imp. Sent. is converted into the Indirect
     (Indirect)                                                   Speech, to-Inf. is used.
     said Þ asked                                            501. (2) He thanked him for his kind help. (Indirect)
                                                                  said to Þ thanked
     did you Þ she had
                                                                  you Þ him
     give Þ given
                                                                  your Þ his
     your Þ her
                                                             502. (1) He admitted that he was at fault. (Indirect)
488. (3) She told me she really wished she had bought that
     new car. (Indirect)                                          said Þ admitted
     said Þ told                                                  I am Þ he was
     I Þ she                                                      that Þ conj.
                                                             503. (3) I asked him to look at that picture. (Indirect)
489. (1) Ram asked his son if he was really serious about
     becoming a pilot. (Indirect)                                 said to Þ asked
     said Þ asked                                                 look Þ to look
     if Þ Conj.                                                   this Þ that
     are you Þ he was                                        504. (2) I said, “I know this man.”. (Direct)
490. (4) Tom said, “The burglar came in through the               that Þ this
     window.” (Indirect)                                     505. (2) The traveller enquired the little boy whether he
                                                                  could tell him the way to the railway station. The little
     had come (Past Per.) Þ came (S. Past)
                                                                  boy replied that he could.
491. (3) He glanced at his watch and remarked that he
                                                                  said Þ enquired
     must leave at once. (Indirect)
                                                                  can Þ could
     and by the way Þ and remarked
                                                                  that, whether Þ conj.
     that Þ Conj.
                                                                  you Þ he
     I Þ he
                                                                  me Þ him
     must be off Þ must leave at once
                                                                  I Þ he
492. (2) He asked Sita when the next train was. (Indirect)
                                                             506. (1) He applauded him saying that he had done well.
     said Þ asked                                                 (Indirect)
     when is the next train Þ when the next train was             Bravo Þ applauded
493. (3) He called him a rogue and accused him of having          you Þ he
     deceived him. (Indirect)
                                                                  have done (Pr.Per.) Þ had done (Past Per.)
     said Þ called
                                                             507. (2) Addressing them as gentlemen, the speaker said
     me Þ him                                                     that he was going to discuss the food situation in their
494. (3) He told him not to go there. (Indirect)                  country. (Indirect)
     said to Þ told                                               said Þ addressing
     do not Þ not to                                              our Þ their
495. (4) You warned me of the coming danger. (Indirect)           that Þ conj.
     said to Þ warned                                             I am Þ he was