I/ you/ we/ they
He/ she/ it/ James
Place, time words and demonstratives
The day before
The next day/ the following day
… days ago
… days before
The week before
The following week
...ASK ME + WH-WORDS
... ASK ME + IF/ WHETHER
“Where do you go?” She asked.
She asked me where I went.
“What have you done?” He asked.
He asked me what I had done.
“Why are you crying?” She asked.
She asked me why I was crying.
Yes/ No questions
“Are you going shopping?” Jenny asked.
Jenny asked me if/ whether I was going shopping?
“Have you ever been to London?” He asked.
He asked me if/ whether I had ever been to London.
“Can you help me with this homework?” Tom asked.
Tom asked me if/ whether I could help him with that homework.
Reported commands/ requests
...ASK ME + (NOT) TO DO SOMETHING
“Go away.” She said.
She asked me to go away.
“Don’t come any closer.” He said.
He asked me not to come any closer.
“Jack, wait for a second.” He said.
He asked Jack to wait for a second.
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