Now the last lesion of direct and in direct is changing imperative / exclamatory sentences to indirect speech in Urdu. We are describing this lesion with complete examples and exercise for your better assistance. But before learning this lesion we should be aware about the difference between both of these sentences; Imperative and exclamatory. So the imperative sentences are the request, suggestions, advice or commands from a verb. Imperative sentences are missing the subject and often use a verb to begin the sentence. Similarly the exclamatory sentences are somehow different then to the imperative sentences. An exclamatory sentence is a powerful declarative sentence which converses the excitement and emotion towards something. Such sentences are ends up with the exclamation mark (!). so when you have to change any of these sentence into indirect sentence then you have to follow some rules of changing imperative / exclamatory sentences to indirect speech.
Changing Imperative / Exclamatory Sentences To Indirect Speech In Urdu
We are describing the imperative and exclamatory sentences with different narrations for making it more easy for you to learn both the terms. So you can read the followings for separately for each.
Rules to Change Imperative Sentences To Indirect Speech In Urdu:
Rules to Change Exclamatory Sentences To Indirect Speech In Urdu:
So these are the details about the rules of changing imperative / exclamatory sentences to indirect speech in Urdu with examples. Remember that whenever you are going to be change either the imperative or exclamatory you must keep under the view the correct form of verb according to the subject. I think these are the enough information in simple and easy to understand wording. But still if you have any confusion or query in your mind relating to these rules you can send your FAQs in the following comments box and we will reply you for your better guidance.