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    The supervisor said that I must/had to...

    "You must report for work at nine o'clock next Monday," the supervisor said.

    The supervisor said that I must/had to report for work at nine o'clock the following Monday.

    Which verb should I use? I believe it is either.

    Thanks.

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    Re: The supervisor said that I must/had to...

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    "You must report for work at nine o'clock next Monday," the supervisor said.

    The supervisor said that I must/had to report for work at nine o'clock the following Monday.

    Which verb should I use? I believe it is either.

    Thanks.
    Yes, either.

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