how to change the exclamatory sentences into indirect speech?
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The process of changing an exclamatory sentence into an indirect speech begins with identifying the exclamatory sign present in the sentence. It can be the punctuation mark, or a word like ‘how’, ‘why’, ‘what’ or ‘who’. Once you’ve identified the exclamatory sign, you need to change it into the appropriate interjection. Let’s take the sentence as an example:
In this case, the exclamatory phrase is ‘I am so happy today’.
We need to change the exclamatory phrase into ‘exclaimed with joy’. In the above sentence, we are told that the person who uttered this sentence was joyful when he/she found his/her wallet. So, the appropriate interjection for ‘exclaimed with joy’ is ‘joyful’.