Narration is a very important part of English language. The simplest form of indirectly talking is narration. We can use narration in our daily life. Narration needs the writing skills.
Direct & Indirect Narration — appearance Transcript
• 1. Appearance on Direct and Indirect Narration Tomi of Lahore ID#9714 [email address]
• 2. Direct & indirect telling direct verbal communication: When we account the correct vocabulary of the lecturer without any modify then this disposition of communiqué is direct speech. Illustration: he said, “I am hungry” Here the correct words of presenter are I am hungry. And the terms statement without any transform.
• 3. Indirect speech: as soon as we do not statement the real the words of speaker and transform them then this disposition of communication is called indirect speech. Case in point: He said that he was hungry. Here we modify the actual words of speaker I am starving to he was hungry.
• 4. Two element of direct & indirect speech Reporting speech: treatment speech surround the words of presenter, the person who is treatment the message. Reported speech: Reported speech surrounds the words of speaker, whose communication is reported. illustration: He said , “ I will identify you ” Reporting speech Reported speech
• 5. Other convert Direct Today Yesterday Tomorrow Is, am Was , were Did Will, shall Can Must Ago This These Last Are May Now Today It next In direct That day The calendar day before Following day Was Had been Had
• 6. Adjust in pronoun All first person pronoun (I, my, mine, myself) (we, our, us, ours, ourselves) are tainted according to the subject of reporting speech. Exemplar: She said, “I sold my car myself” She said that she sold her car herself.
• 7. 2 nd person pronouns All second person pronoun (you, your, yours, yourself) are changed according to the object of reporting speech. Illustration: She said to me, “you waste your valuable time yourself” She told me that I exhausted my costly time myself.
• 8. 3 rd person pronouns all third person pronouns will stay behind unmoved. Illustration: He said, “She is busy with her toy” He said that she was full of activity with her plaything.
• 10. Change of interrogative judgment Yes no Question the word said is more often than not changes into asked or question. Full stop or stage (.) put back symbol of questioning. Illustration: She said, “Do you know me?” She request if I knew her.
• 11. Information questions Information question are those questions, which begin with W/H. Do, does and did are absent and other supplementary change place and used after subject noun or pronoun. If or whether is not used. Question mark is lost. Instance: When does she come here, “said Faraz” Faraz asked when she came there.
• 12. Change of imperative Sentences Imperative sentences are those which articulate organize, authority and recommendation. The word said changes into tell, ask for, proposal, authorize, asked, advice, caution, remind, force, according to the sense of sentences. Instance: She said, “get out of my way” She told me to get out of his way.
• 13. Strengthening: instance: The teacher said to the students, “Don't squander your time” The teacher gives advice the student no to fritter away time. She said to me, “Please move toward with me” She requested me to come with her.
• 14. Change of exclamatory sentences exclamatory sentences are which articulate pleasure, sadness, approbation, bolt from the blue or other such manner. Interjection such as Oh! Ah! Alas! Hurrah! Etc.
• 15. Continue Example: The leader said, “Alas! I missing ballot vote” The person in charge shout with mourning that he had missing the ballot vote. He said, “What an attractive picture!” He shouts with approbation that it was a beautiful spectacle.
• 16. Change of appetitive decree Appetitive sentences demonstrate aspiration, want, anticipates and request. The statement said transform into plead and may transform into strength.