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Solved Direct and Indirect and English (Precis & Composition) for PSC ,PMS.CSS Exam

  • Solved Direct And Indirect And English (Precis & Composition) For PSC ,PMS.CSS Exam
  • English (Precis & Composition) 2002
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  • 1. “Hurrah”! Said the captain of the team, “We won the match”.
  • 2. “Please Sir, take pity on a poor beggar woman”, the wretched old woman asked for alms
  • 3. They say. “Is this the right time to arrive9 Aren’t you forgetting something”?
  • 4. He often says, “I am always willing to help the needy, if I am assured they arc really in
  • need”.
  • 5. The master said, “How long will you take in warming my food”
  • 6 The boy said. “Alas’ I could not pass my examination”
  • 7. “Come hare quickly and work out this problem on the blackboard” said the teacher.
  • 8. “What a lovely evening!” Said Irum.
  • 9. “What is the name of this beautiful building?” asked the visitor.
  • 10. He said “Sit down over here and don’t move until I allow you”
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  • Answers
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  • 1. The captain of the team exclaimed with joy that they had won the match.
  • 2. The wretched old woman begged respectfully to take pity on her.
  • 3. They ask me if that is the right time to arrive. If I am not forgetting something.
  • 4. He often says that he is always willing to help the needy, if he is assured they are really
  • in need.
  • 5: The mother inquired me how long would I take in warming her food.
  • 6. The boy exclaimed with sorrow that he could not pass his examination.
  • 7. The teacher ordered to go there-quickly and work out that problem on the  blackboard.
  • 8. Irum exclaimed that it was a very lovely evening.
  • 9 The visitor asked, what was the name of that beautiful building.
  • 10 He ordered to sit down over there and not to move until he allows you.
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  • English (Precis & Composition) 2003
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  • (1) “This is your house, isn’t it?” asked Jemmie.
  • (2) “Where do you want to be dropped?” said the taxi driver.
  • (3) “Call The first witness,” said the judge.
  • (4) “Don’t blame him for the accident,” the boy’s mother said.
  • (5) He said, “I banged on Cliffs door but he did not answer”.
  • (6) “Where is the boat? Hurry up we are being chased”, she cried.
  • (7) “I have lost my way. Can you direct me to the Post Office please?” said the old lady.
  • (8) He said to me, “what a pity you missed such an important meeting.
  • (9) “How wonderful! Why didn’t you suggest this plan earlier”.
  • (10) He said, “Let’s wait till the road gets cleared”.
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  • Answers
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  • (1) Jemmie asked if it was my house.
  • (2) The taxi driver inquired where he wanted to be dropped.
  • (3) The judge ordered to call the first witness.
  • (4) The boy’s mother said not to blame him for the accident.
  • (5) He said that he had banged on Cliffs door but he had not answered.
  • (6) She exclaimed with fear where the boat was. She further advised us to hurry up, they
  • were being chased.
  • (7) The old lady requested that she had lost her way. She further asked, if they could direct
  • her to the post office.
  • (8) He said to me that it was a pity I missed such an important meeting.
  • (9) He said to me that it was a pity; I missed such a important meeting.
  • (10) He proposed that we should wait till the road gets cleared.
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  • English (Precis & Composition) 2005
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  • 1). Our sociology professor said , „I expect you to be in class every day. Unexcused absences may
  • affect your grades.‟
  • 2). My father often told me, „every obstacle is a steppingstone to success. You should view problems
  • in your life as opportunities to prove yourself.‟
  • 3). When tom asked Jack why he couldn‟t go to the game, Jack said he didn‟t have enough money for
  • a ticket.
  • 4). When I asked the ticked seller if the concert was going to be rescheduled, she told me that she
  • didn‟t know and said that she just worked there.
  • 5). Ali said, „I must go to Lahore next week to visit my ailing mother.‟
  • 6). The policeman told the pedestrian, „you mustn‟t cross the road against the red light‟
  • 7). Ahmed asked if what I said was really true.
  • 8). Sarah wanted to know where they would be tomorrow around three O‟clock
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  • Answers
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  • 1. Our Sociology professor said that he expected us to be in class everyday because unexcused
  • absences might affect our grades.
  • 2. My father often advised me that every obstacle is a stepping stone to success and that I should
  • view problems in my life as opportunities to prove myself.
  • 3. Tom said to Jack, “Why he cannot go to the game?”Jack said, “I do not have enough money for a
  • ticket.”
  • 4. I said to the ticket-seller, “Is the concert going to be rescheduled.” She said to me, “I don’t know..”
  • “I just worked here.”
  • 5. Ali said that he must go to Lahore following week to visit his ailing mother.
  • 6. The policeman forbade the pedestrian to not cross the road against the red light.
  • 7. Ahmed said, “Ahmed asked what he said was really true.”
  • 8. Sarah said, “Where they will be tomorrow around 3 O’clock.
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  • English (Precis & Composition) 2006
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  • (1) He said, “Let it rain ever so hard I shall go out”.
  • (2) The mother said to the young girl, “Do you know where salim is”?
  • (3) The officer said, “Hand it all! Can you not do it more neatly”.
  • (4) Invoking our help with a loud voice she asked us whether we would come to her aid.
  • (5) He exclaimed with an oath that no one could have expected such a turn of events.
  • (6) The teacher said to his students, “Why did you come so late”?
  • (7) They applauded him saying that he had done well.
  • (8) “You say,” said the judge, “the bag you lost contained one hundred and ten pounds”?
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  • Answers
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  • (1) He suggested that he should go out in hard rain.
  • (2) The mother asked the young girl if she knew where Salim was?
  • (3) The officer ordered him to hang that all and asked. him if he could not do that more neatly.
  • (4) She said to us with a loud voice. “Please, will you come to aid me?”
  • (5) He said, “By God! No one can have accepted such a turn of events!”
  • (6)The teacher asked his students why did they come so late.
  • (7) They said, “Bravo! You have done well.”
  • (8) The judge inquired by him that the bag he lost contained one hundred and ten pounds.
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  • English (Precise & Composition) 2007
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  • 1) This world, “he declared” is full of sorrow. Would that I were dead!”
  • 2)  He said to me, “come early; we shall be waiting for you.”
  • 3) “How delighted I am, “said he, “to meet my friends here by my own fireside!”
  • 4) The man said that he was quite sure he should succeed.
  • 5) John exclaimed with a sigh that he was ruined.
  • 6) The constable enquired of the man where he was going
  • 7) The boy said that he would walk.
  • 8) What losses, cried he, “have I suffered? What anguish have I endured!”
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  • Answers
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  • (2) He requested to me to come early, they would be waiting for him.
  • (4) The man said, “I am quite sure I should succeed”.
  • (5) John said with a sigh, “Ah! I am ruined”.
  • (6) The constable asked the man. “Where is he going?”
  • (7) The body said. “I will walk”
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  • English (Precis & Composition) 2008
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  • (1) He said to his friend, “Let me go home now”
  • (2) I will say “Mother, I will always obey you”
  • (3) “Splendid”: said father as he read my report,
  • (4) He said, “Good morning, can you help me”
  • (5) She said “Brother, why do you tease me”
  • (6) The King said to the Queen, “If I die, take care of my people”
  • (7) “By God”, he said” I do not know his name”
  • (8) You exclaimed with sorrow that you lost your pen.
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  • Answers
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  • (1) He said to his friend, “Let me go home now”
  • (2) I will say “Mother, I will always obey you”
  • (3) “Splendid”: said father as he read my report,
  • (4) He said, “Good morning, can you help me”
  • (5) She said “Brother, why do you tease me”
  • (6) The King said to the Queen, “If I die, take care of my people”
  • (7) “By God”, he said” I do not know his name”
  • (8) You exclaimed with sorrow that you lost your pen.
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  • English (Precis & Composition) 2009
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  •  (1) He said to him, “why do you waste your time?”
  • (2) He ordered his servant not to stand there doing nothing.
  • (3) He exclaimed with joy that he had won the match.
  • (4) The traveler said, “What a dark night?”
  • (5) He said, “Let it rain even so hard, I will start today.”
  • (6) My mother said, “May you live happily and prosper in your life.”
  • (7) He said, “How foolish have I been?”
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  • Answers
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  • (1) He asked him why he has wasted his time.
  • (2) He said to his servant, “Do stand here doing nothing”
  • (3) He said, “Hurrah! I have won the match”
  • (4) The traveler exclaimed with wonder that it was a dark night.
  • (5) He exclaimed that however hard it might rain, he would start that day.
  • (6) My Mother prayed that I might live happily and prosper in my life.
  • (7) He exclaimed with sorrow that he had been foolish.
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  • English (Precis & Composition) 2010
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  •  (1) On Monday he said, “My son is coming today.”
  • (2) They wanted to know where he was going the following week.
  •  (3) He said, “Did she go yesterday?”
  • (4) ‘By God’, he said, “I do not know her nickname.”
  • (5) He says that we are to meet him at the station.
  • (6) He said, “I don’t know the way. ask the old man sitting on the gate.”
  • (7) My father prayed that i would recover from my illness
  • (8) He said, “How will you manage it?”
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  • Answers
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  • (1) On Monday he said that his son was coming that day.
  • (2) They said where is he going the following week?
  • (3) He said if she went previous day.
  • (4) He swore that I did not know her nickname.
  • (5) He says, “We are to meet him at station”
  • (6) He said that I did not know the way and further suggested to ask the old man sitting on the gate.
  • (7) My father said, may you recover from illness.
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  • (8) He enquired how I would manage that.
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