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The same question: Please fix the mistakes and re_write the bold part.

Direct: Yesterday =a day ago =one day ago. (1)
Indirect: The day before = the previous day= a day before = a previous day =the day earlier = a day earlier. (2)

(That means when I turn any of the words in (1)in indirect speech, I can use any of the words in (2)

Ex:
Direct speech: He went there yesterday.
= He went there a day ago.
= .He went there one day ago.
Indirect speech: He went there the day before.
=He went there the day earlier .
=He went there the previous day. =He went there a day before . =He went there a previous day. =He went there a day earlier . )

Quoc
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You'll never use "one day ago" meaning "yesterday"...
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Direct: Yesterday (1)

Indirect: The day before = the previous day= a day before = a previous day =the day earlier = a day earlier. (2)

Quoc
"The day before" or "the previous day"