Directions: In the following questions, a sentence has been given in Direct/Indirect form. Out of the four alternatives suggested, select the one which best expresses the same sentence in Indirect/Direct form.
“Make me another suit like this,” he said to the tailor.
“You are one of Pinkerton’s men, I presume,” he said.
“Govind,” said the manager sternly, “I command you to tell me what the old man said.”
“Mohan made this mess. Let him clear it up”, said his father.
“Suppose you children go out for a nice long walk,” she said.
“So help me haven! He cried, “I never steal again”.
“What a stupid fellow you are!” she remarked.
He said, “How lovely the scene is!”
He said that he had been waiting there for a long time.
She exclaimed, “I’m afraid we are rather late!”