Choose the indirect speech of the given sentences.
1. She said, “What a wonderful story it is!”
(a) She said that it is a wonderful story.
(b) She exclaimed with joy that it was a very wonderful story.
(c) She told that it was a wonderful story.
(d) She asked that it was a wonderful story.
2. He said to me, “Have you seen my pen?”
(a) He asked me if I had seen his pen.
(b) He asked me if I saw his pen.
(C) He asked me I see his pen.
(d) He said me that I will see his pen.
3. Ravi asked Om, “What is the problem?”
(a) Ravi asked Om what is the problem.
(b) Ravi asked Om what will be the problem.
(c) Ravi ordered Om what the problem is.
(d) Ravi asked Om what the problem was.
4. Raju said, “I have finished my lunch.”
(a) Raju said that he finished his lunch.
(b) Raju said that he had finished his lunch.
(c) Raju said that he will finish his lunch.
(d) Raju said that he was finishing his lunch.