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Type – II (Interrogative Sentences)

Rule I: Connective word ‘that’ is not used in the indirect speech.

Rule II: Reporting verb is changed into ‘ask’ or ‘asked’ in the indirect speech.

Rule III: Mark of interrogation [?] is removed in the indirect speech.

For example:
1. He said to me, “Are you studying?”
He asked me if I was studying.

2. He said to me, “Have you done your work?”
He asked me if I had done my work.

3. She said to me, “Do you take tea?”
She asked me if I took tea.

4. He said to me, “Did you take lunch?”
He asked me if I had taken lunch.

5. She said to me, “Can you do it?”
She asked me if I could do it.




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