Références de temps et de lieu

Il faut changer les références de temps et de lieu pour utiliser le discours rapporté

Phrase en discours direct Équivalent en discours rapporté
today (aujourd'hui) that day (ce jour là)
"I saw him today", she said. She said that she had seen him that day.
yesterday (hier) the day before (le jour d'avant)
"I saw him yesterday", she said. She said that she had seen him the day before.
The day before yesterday (avant-hier) two days before (deux jours avant)
"I met her the day before yesterday", he said. He said that he had met her two days before.
Tomorrow (demain) the next/following day (le jour suivant)
"I'll see you tomorrow", he said He said that he would see me the next day.
The day after tomorrow (après-demain) in two days time/ two days later (dans deux jours / deux jours plus tard)
"We'll come the day after tomorrow", they said. They said that they would come in two days time/ two days later.
Next week/month/year (la semaine / mois / année prochaine) the following week/month/year (la semaine / mois / année suivante)
"I have an appointment next week", she said. She said that she had an appointment the following week.
Last week/month/year (la semaine / mois / année dernière) the previous/week/month/year (la semaine / mois / année précédente)
"I was on holiday last week", he told us. He told us that he had been on holiday the previous week.
ago (Il y a) before (avant)
"I saw her a week ago," he said. He said he had seen her a week before.
this (for time) (ce / cet / cette, indications de temps) that (ce / cet / cette)
"I'm getting a new car this week", she said. She said she was getting a new car that week.
this/that (noms) (ce / cet / cette, noms) the (le, la)
"Do you like this shirt?" he asked He asked if I liked the shirt.
here (ici) there (là)
He said, "I live here". He told me he lived there.

En général, les pronoms personnels changent à la troisième personne du singulier ou du pluriel, sauf lorsque le locuteur rapporte ses propres paroles :
I/me/my/mine, you/your/yours = him/his/her/hers
we/us/our/ours, you/your/yours = they/their/theirs

He said: "I like your new car." = He told her that he liked her new car.
I said: "I'm going to my friend's house." = I said that I was going to my friend's house.