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ask + (object) + if/whether + S + V


dụ: She asked, “Are you a teacher?

She asked him if/whether he was a teacher.



(Cô ấy hỏi anh ấy rằng phải anh ấy giáo viên không.)

They asked me, "Do you want to go or stay at home?

They asked me if/whether I wanted to go or stay at home.



(Họ hỏi tôi rằng tôi muốn đi hay muốn ở nhà.)

Chú ý: Câu hỏi đuôi được tường thuật giống như câu hỏi Yes/No nhưng phải bỏ phần đuôi phía sau.

dụ: She asked, "You will slay here, won you?

She asked me if/whether I would stay there.



(Cô ấy hỏi tôi rằng tôi lại đó không.)

  • BÀI TP CÂU GIÁN TIP

Exercise 1: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. I wondered theright thing.

    1. whether I was doing B. if I am doing

C. was I doing D. am I doing He

  1. He that he was leaving for London that afternoon.

    1. told me B. told to me C. said me D. says to me

  2. Bill asked Tom in London.

    1. does the train arrive B. did the train arrive

C. whether the train arrives D. if the train arrived

  1. I asked them when changed.

    1. was the timetable B. the timetable is


C. the timetable has been D. the timetable had been

  1. She warned me late-night horror films.

    1. don’t watch B. shouldn’t watch C. not to watch D. not watching

  2. They asked me how many children in the school.

    1. there are B. arethere C. there were D. were there

  3. The scientist said the earth the sun.

    1. goes around B. is going around

C. had gone around D. was going around

  1. My parents reminded me the flowers.

    1. remember to plant B. not to forget to plant

C. to plant D. of planting

  1. They said they had come back .

    1. yesterday afternoon B. the day before

C. last week D. the day before yesterday

  1. He asked me a seat.

    1. have I reserved B. if I have reserved

C. whether had I reserved D. if I had reserved
Exercise 2: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. He asked me why to the meeting.

    1. didn’t I come B. don’t I come

C. you didn’t come D. I hadn’t come

  1. She reminded me to come on time for the party .

    1. tomorrow evening B. the day after tomorrow

C. in two days’ time D. next weekend

  1. Tom said that he with a friend at 9 o’clock the night before.

    1. is staying B. was staying C. has been staying D. had been staying

  2. Peter said that if he rich he a lot.

    1. is - will travel B. were - would travel

C. had been - would have travelled D. was - will travel

  1. I asked him whose car the previous night.

    1. he had borrowed B. had he borrowed

C. he borrowed D. did he borrow

  1. They asked me in London then.

    1. is my brother working B. if my brother is working

C. was my brother working D. if my brother was working

  1. He asked the children too much noise.

    1. not to make B. not making

C. don’t make D. if they don’t make


  1. The woman asked get lunch at school.

    1. can the children B. whether the children could

C. if the children can D. could the children

  1. Laura said that when she to school she saw an accident.

    1. was walking B. has walked

C. had ben walking D. has been walking

  1. Julia said that she there at noon.

    1. is going to be B. was going to be C. will be D. can be
Exercise 3: Choose the answer that best rewrite the original one.

  1. “You have not done your work well,” said the teacher to me.

    1. The teacher told me I hadn’t done my work well.

    2. The teacher told me I haven’t done my work well,

    3. The teacher told me I hadn’t done your work well.

    4. The teacher told me I hadn’t done his work well.

  2. “This man spoke to me on the road,” said the woman.

    1. The woman said that man had spoken to me on the road.

    2. The woman said that man has spoken to her on the road,

    3. The woman said that man spoke to her on the road.

    4. The woman said that man had spoken to her on the road.

  3. “I can’t explain this rule to you,” said my classmate to me.

    1. My classmate told me he/she can’t explain that rule to me.

    2. My classmate told me he/she couldn’t explain that rule to me.

    3. My classmate told me he/she couldn’t explain that rule to you.

    4. My classmate said me he/she couldn’t explain that rule to me.

  4. The teacher said to class, “We shall discuss this subject tomorrow.”

    1. The teacher told the class they would discuss that subject the next day.

    2. The teacher told the class they will discuss that subject the next day.

    3. The teacher said the class they would discuss that subject the next day.

    4. The teacher told the class they discussed that subject the next day.

  5. The woman said to her son, “I am glad I am here.”

    1. The woman told her son I was glad she was there.

    2. The woman told her son she was glad I was there.

    3. The woman told her son she was glad she was there.

    4. The woman told to her son she was glad she was there.

  6. Mike said, “We have bought these books today.”

    1. Mike said they bought those books that day.

    2. Mike said they had bought those books that day.

    3. Mike said they have bought those books that day.




    1. Mike said they had bought those books today.

  1. Sarah said, “I read Jane Eyre last year.”

    1. Sarah said she had read Jane Eyre the previous year.

    2. Sarah said she read Jane Eyre the previous year.

    3. Sarah said she has read Jane Eyre the previous year.

    4. Sarah said she would read Jane Eyre the previous year.

  2. Tony said, “I have never been to London. 1 think I shall go there next year.

  1. Tony said he has never been to London and he thinks he would go there the following year.

  2. Tony said he had never been to London and he thought he would go there the following year.

  3. Tony said he had never been to London and he thinks he will go there the following year.

  4. Tony said he would have never been to London and he thought he would go there the following year.

  1. Barbara said, “I saw them at my parents’ house last year.”

    1. Barbara said I had seen them at my parents’ house the previous year.

    2. Barbara said she saw them at her parents’ house the previous year.

    3. Barbara said she had seen them at her parents’ house the previous year.

    4. Barbara said they had seen her at her parents' house the previous year.

  2. He said, “I haven’t seen my cousin today.”

    1. He said he hasn’t seen his cousin that day.

    2. He said he hadn’t seen my cousin that day.

    3. He said he hadn’t seen his cousin that day.

    4. He said I hadn’t seen his cousin that day.



Exercise 4: Choose the answer that best rewrite the original one.

  1. Father said to me, “Don’t stay there long.”

    1. Father told me not stay there long.

    2. Father told lo me not to stay there long,

    3. Father told me not to stay there long.

    4. Father said to me not to stay there long.

  2. Peter said to them, “Don’t leave the room until I come back.”

    1. Peter told them not to leave the room until he came back.

    2. Peter told them not to leave the room until he comes back,

    3. Peter told them not to leave the room until they came back.

    4. Peter told them not to leave the room until they come back.

  3. “Take my luggage to Room 145,” he said to the porter.

    1. He told the porter take his luggage to Room 145.




    1. He said the porter to take his luggage to Room 145.

    2. He told the porter to take his luggage to Room 145.

    3. He said to the porter to take his luggage to Room 145.

  1. He said to me, “Ring me up tomorrow.”

    1. He told me to ring him up the following day.

    2. He told me ring him up the following day.

    3. He said me to ring him up the following day.

    4. He told me to ring me up the following day.

  2. “Bring me a cup of black coffee,” she said to the waiter.

    1. She told the waiter to bring me a cup of black coffee.

    2. She told the waiter to bring her a cup of black coffee,

    3. She told the waiter bring her a cup of black coffee.

    4. She told the waiter bring me a cup of black coffee.

  3. The teacher said to me, “Hand this note to your parents, please.”

    1. The teacher asked me to hand that note to my parents.

    2. The teacher asked me hand that note to my parents,

    3. The teacher asked me to hand that note to his parents.

    4. The teacher asked me hand that note to his parents.

  4. “Please help me with this work, Henry,” said Robert.

    1. Robert asked Henry help him with that work.

    2. Robert asked Henry to help me with that work.

    3. Robert asked to help Henry with that work.

    4. Robert asked Henry to help him with that work.

  5. “Please bring me some fish soup,” he said to the waitress.

    1. He asked the waitress to bring him some fish soup.

    2. He asked the waitress bring him some fish soup,

    3. He asked the waitress to bring her some fish soup.

    4. He asked the waitress bring her some fish soup.

  6. “Don’t worry over such a small thing,” she said to me.

    1. She told me not worry over such a small thing.

    2. She told me to not worry over such a small thing,

    3. She told me not to worry over such a small thing.

    4. She told not to worry over such a small thing.

  7. “Please don’t mention it to anybody, Mary said to her friend.

    1. Mary asked her friend not to mention it to anybody.

    2. Mary asked her friend not mention it to anybody,

    3. Mary asked her friend to not mention it to anybody.

    4. Mary asked her friend did not mention it to anybody.



Exercise 5: Choose the answer that best rewrite the original one.

  1. “Don’t forget to clean your teeth,” said Granny to Helen.

    1. Granny told Helen not to forget to clean her teeth.

    2. Granny told Helen to not forget to clean her teeth,

    3. Granny said to Helen not to forget to clean her teeth.

    4. Granny told Helen not forget to clean her teeth.

  2. “Don’t sit up late,” said the doctor to Mary.

    1. The doctor told Mary not sit up late.

    2. The doctor told Mary not to sit up late,

    3. The doctor said to Mary not to sit up late.

    4. The doctor told Mary to not sit up late.

  3. The doctor said to Pete, “Don’t go for a walk today.”

    1. The doctor told Pete not to go for a walk today.

    2. The doctor told Pete not go for a walk today.

    3. The doctor said to Pete not to go for a walk that day.

    4. The doctor told Pete not to go for a walk that day.

  4. “Don’t eat too much ice-cream, said Nick’s mother to him.

    1. Nick's mother said him not to eat too much ice-cream.

    2. Nick’s mother told him not to eat too much ice-cream,

    3. Nick’s mother told him not eat too much ice-cream.

    4. Nick’s mother told him to eat not much ice-cream.

  5. “Explain to me how to solve this problem,” said my friend to me.

    1. My friend told me to explain to him how to solve that problem.

    2. My friend told me to explain to me how to solve that problem,

    3. My friend told me explain to him how to solve that problem.

    4. My friend told me to explain to him how solve that problem.

  6. The woman doctor said to Peter, “Open your mouth and show me your tongue.”

    1. The woman doctor told Peter open his mouth and show her his tongue.

    2. The woman doctor said Peter to open his mouth and show her his tongue,

    3. The woman doctor told Peter to open his mouth and show her his tongue.

    4. The woman doctor told Peter to open her mouth and show him his tongue.

  7. “Don’t be afraid of my dog,” said the man to Kate.

    1. The man said to Kate not to be afraid of his dog.

    2. The man told Kate not be afraid of his dog.

    3. The man told Kate not to be afraid of her dog.

    4. The man told Kate not to be afraid of his dog.

  8. “Take this book and read it,” said the librarian to the boy.

    1. The librarian told the boy to take that book and read it.




    1. The librarian told the boy to take this book and read that,

    2. The librarian said to the boy to take that book and read it.

    3. The librarian told the boy take that book and read it.

  1. He said to us, “Come here tomorrow,”

    1. He told us go there the next day.

    2. He told us to go here the next day.

    3. He told us to go there the next day.

    4. He said to us to go there the next day.

  2. I said to Mike, “Send me a telegram as soon as you arrive.”




A.

I told

Mike tosend me a telegram as soon as he arrived.

B.

I told

Mike tosendme a telegram as soon as he arrives,

C.

I told

Mike tosendme a telegram as soon as I arrived.

D.

I told

Mike tosendme a telegram as soon as I arrive.



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