Turn the following sentences into reported speech using (not) to + infinitive or gerund.
ANSWERS + EXPLANATION
When we want to report COMMANDS, REQUESTS, ORDERS, INVITATIONS, ADVICE, WARNINGS, INSTRUCTIONS, PROMISES, we can use the pattern VERB + INDIRECT OBJECT + (NOT) TO + INFINITIVE.
"Get out of the van!" said the officer. The officer ordered him to get out of the van. "Say hello to your sister.", he said. He asked me to say hello to my sister. "I think you should give up drinking, she said." She advised me to give up drinking. "Don't swim out too far, girls," he said. He warned the girls not to swim out too far.
When we want to report SUGGESTIONS, RECOMMENDATIONS, PROPOSALS, we can use the pattern SUGGESTED/RECOMMENDED/PROPOSED + GERUND
"Let's go to the opera." Susan said to me. Susan suggested going to the opera. "Why don't we stay in this hotel?", he said. He recommended staying in this hotel.
1) not to touch 2) going to the theatre 3) Peter to go to Paris 4) to change his pyjamas and wash 5) David not to drink 6) me to take an aspirin and go 7) me (to have) a cup of 8) her husband not to hit the cat 9) listening to some 10) me to use her