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  ENGLISH GRAMMAR  
Alphabet
Vowels & Consonants
Word Building
Sentences
Articles
Cardinal-Ordinal Numbers
Noun
Pronoun
Verb
Adverb
Adjective
Preposition
Conjunction
Interjection
Tenses
Opposites
Active & Passive Voice
Direct & Indirect Speech
Vocabulary
DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH
Direct and Indirect Speech Uses of Direct-Indirect Speech Direct into Indirect Speech
Questions Statements Commands and Requests Statements
Assertive statements Exclamations and Wishes Statements
ASERTIVE STATEMENTS
Here we assert (tell clearly and boldly but not aggressively)
  Examples:
Gautam says. “I am good in maths.” (Direct)
Gautam says that he is good in maths. (Indirect)
Janki said to Mona, “I saw your father on the railway station.” (Direct)
Janki told Mona that she saw her father on the railway station. (Indirect)
She will say, “I was present.” (Direct)
She would say that she was present. (Indirect)
He said to me, “You must finish your project today.” (Direct)
He told me that I had to finish my project that day. (Indirect)
The teacher said to the students, “I can’t check your homework.” (Direct)
The teacher told the students that he / she couldn’t check their homework. (Indirect)
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Direct and Indirect Speech Uses of Direct-Indirect Speech Direct into Indirect Speech
Questions Statements Commands and Requests Statements
Assertive statements Exclamations and Wishes Statements