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Rules for Changing the Narration (Direct & Indirect Speech) with Examples

  Narration – Direct and Indirect Speech 

 Definition:

 “Reporting the words of the speaker either by quoting his exact words or without quoting the speaker’s actual words is defined as Narration.”

Explanation:

We need to narrate words of others in two distinguished ways:

  1. Either we repeat his actual words without amending them.
  2. Or we convey the same meanings using our own words.

The former way of communication is called DIRECT SPEECH or QUOTED SPEECH. In case of direct speech, inverted commas are used to mark off the actual words of the speaker.

Articles and their Usage with Examples

  ARTICLES 

Introduction:

There are three articles in English which are “a, an and the”. As they come before nouns, therefore, we can say that their function is to aid nouns.

We classify articles on the basis of their usage with specific or common things. There are two types of articles. Which are:

  1.       Definite article (the)
  2.       Indefinite articles (a and an)

Adjectives with Examples

 Adjectives 

Definition:
Adjective is a word used to describe a noun. It tells us more about a noun.Its function is to add more information to the meaning of a noun.

For instance:

    1. He is a talented student.
    2. You are drinking cold water.
    3. Lahore is a big city.
    4. She is the tallest girl of her class.
    5. You are wearing a nice dress.

In these examples, underlined words (talented, cold, big, tallest and nice) are adjectives because they are used to qualify nouns that are student, water, city, girl and dress.

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Preposition with examples

  PREPOSITION 

Definition:

A preposition is a word which is used with a noun and also with a pronoun. Its function is to depict how the person or the thing, which is denoted by a noun or pronoun, stands in relation to something else.

SOME IMPORTANT PREPOSITIONS:

Following are enlisted important prepositions:

By, under, of, in, beside, among, up, down, off, over, from, on, at, for, through, till, to, out, with, about, above, across, along, around, before, behind, beneath, amongst, below, between, beyond, inside, outside etc.

Parts of Speech and their different types with Examples

    “PARTS OF SPEECH”   

Definition:

“We need to divide words according to the functions they perform and categories they fall in. So, those different kinds or classes in which we divide words are called parts of speech.”

Words are categorized among different classes on the basis of their use that is according to the work they perform in a sentence. As, a sentence is composed of different words joined together in a specific order. That is why we say that different parts of speech combine together in order to make a single complete meaningful sentence.

Choose the answer that names the part of speech of the capitalized word in the following sentence: The cat knocked a vase OFF the shelf.

A. Pronoun
B. Interjection
C. Preposition
D. Adjective

Show Answer
C. Preposition
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