Verbal Ability - Change of Speech - Discussion

Discussion :: Change of Speech - Section 1 (Q.No.13)

In the questions below the sentences have been given in Direct/Indirect speech. From the given alternatives, choose the one which best expresses the given sentence in Indirect/Direct speech.

13. 

The man said, "No, I refused to confers guilt."

[A]. The man emphatically refused to confers guilt.
[B]. The man refused to confers his guilt.
[C]. The man told that he did not confers guilt.
[D]. The man was stubborn enough to confers guilt.

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

No answer description available for this question.

Bharathi said: (Dec 14, 2010)  
I think option C is correct.

Supriya Rajgopal said: (Sep 5, 2011)  
If its C, then option C will have to be 'The man told that he did not CONFER guilt'.

I think the answer can b either A or B.

Tanisha said: (Dec 16, 2011)  
Going by the tense used it should be C. The extra 's' in confers is just that-extra.

Aman said: (Aug 25, 2012)  
Where's the emphatic (emphasis) part in the speech?

Jalees said: (Sep 21, 2012)  
It is like:.

He said, "Hurrah! India has won the Sahara Cup".

Then we say.
He exclaimed with joy that India had won the Sahara Cup.

Therefore there is an emphatic situation. So, option A is correct.

Shruthi M N said: (Sep 3, 2013)  
Where is emphatic situation?

Archana said: (Feb 5, 2014)  
Why not stubborn?

Sajid said: (Aug 16, 2014)  
Because of the word 'NO' the sentence become forceful and so emphatic is used.

Navyasree said: (Jan 23, 2015)  
But he refuses to confess his guilt so he is stubborn.

Vipul said: (Mar 22, 2018)  
If it is "NO, I refuge to confer guilt.

Then option A is correct (refused makes no sense here).

Niveditha K M said: (Mar 27, 2018)  
To confers? or to confer?

I think the question is incorrect.

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