SAY OR TELL
'Say' is usually followed by 'to' or 'that', and sometimes by a direct object.
For example - He said to her that he liked her. You often say that you like me. Say it again. Say the alphabet.
'Tell' is usually followed by an indirect object. For example - Tell me. He told her that he liked her. I must tell the teacher what I have written. I will tell you when I can come
Choose 'say(s)/said' or 'tell(s)/told' from the menu for each of the blank spaces. Then check the answer box.