Anna: I will see you tomorrow, Dale. Dale: Potter! Anna said that she would see me the following day or Anna said that she will see me the following day? You're just thingking it or or thinking about it? Is LAUGH a transitive verb?
@OldGeezer But why didn't you change TOMORROW into THE FOLLOWING DAY? What does YOU ARE JUST THINKING IT mean? You must be careful with whom you bully? (Is this correct?) There's no one who can beat me. Can I exclude WHO? If SAY is a transitive verb, then why it is "SHE SAYS"?
Why didn't you change "tomorrow" into "the following day"?
It depends on when you say it.
Anna said, "I will see you tomorrow, Dale." (She said this on Tuesday morning.) (I told Sam on Tuesday evening, the same day) Anna said that she would see me tomorrow. (I told Sam on Friday, three days later) Anna said that she would see me the next day. ____________
What does "you are just thinking it" mean?
"You're just thinking about it" = You're not doing it, you're just thinking about doing it. "You're just thinking it" = You're not saying it, but you're thinking it. ____________
You must be careful with whom you bully. (Is this correct?)
Here you don't need "with" (preposition) at all. It should be:
You must be careful who you bully. ____________
There's no one who can beat me. Can I exclude "who"?
This sentence needs the word "who", but you can shorten it to "No one can beat me."