Solution: Kiran asked me whether I had seen the Cricket match on television the last night.
Questions which can be answered in YES/NO.
To change questions (which can be answered in yes or no) into indirect speech, word if or whether is used before the question in indirect speech. Rules for change in tense of question sentences are same as for change in normal tenses in indirect speech but sentence will not start with the auxiliary verb of the tense. The word that is not used between reporting verb and reported speech as conjunction in indirect speech for question sentence. Question mark is not used in indirect speech.
Examples: Direct speech: He said to me, "do you like music?" Indirect Speech: He asked me if I liked music. (Not, did I like music) Or Indirect Speech: He asked me whether I liked music. Direct speech: She said, "Will he participate in the quiz competition?" Indirect Speech: She asked me if he would participate in quiz competition. Direct speech: I said to him, "are you feeling well?" Indirect Speech: I asked him if he was feeling well. Direct speech: They said to me, "did u go to school?" Indirect Speech: They asked me if I had gone to school. Direct speech: He said to me, "Have you taken the breakfast?" Indirect Speech: He asked me if I had taken the breakfast.
David said to Anna, "Mona will leave for her native place tomorrow."