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Hello,

I've got one more question concerning reported speech.
What happens to "recently" or "lately"? Do they remain unchanged?

"Have you seen any good movies recently/lately?"
She asked me if I had seen any good movies ............."

Thank you
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I'm not sure why you ask about 'unchanged'. They might change position to the first part of the sentence if it isn't a question. They could also come just before the verb. Recently, there have been more robberies in our neighborhood. I've just recently learned a new song on the piano.
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""Have you seen any good movies recently/lately?"
She asked me if I had seen any good movies recently."

No need to change recently.

To Philip: Some expressions of time and certain other words may change:

Have you seen any good movies this week?
She asked me if/whether I had seen any good movies that week.

In this case the change has to be made if we are no longer in the week the question was asked. A month may have elapsed since she asked the question.

CB
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