Reported Speech is used to tell someone what another person has said. The verb used in what we are reporting is usually changed ‘one past tense back’.
Used to tell someone what another person asked in the past. We don’t usually use ‘said’ in reported questions.
If there is not a question word, use if or whether:
Used to tell someone what another person said in the past.
When you use ‘said’, DON'T use ‘said to me’:
to me (that) she liked the class.
If someone said something in the past, but it is still true, then you don’t have to change the verb to the past:
Oxford University Press has an interactive game for students: The Space Game.
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