V with quote
V after n with quoteThe verb is used with a quote clause and is followed by a prepositional phrase beginning with after. The Subject always comes before the verb.
Most verbs with this pattern indicate that someone is speaking loudly. The prepositional phrase indicates who is being addressed. The person being addressed is moving away from the speaker.
call shout yell
'And don't forget to send Kenny for those items!' the Duchess called after her.
The verb repeat indicates that someone repeats what someone else has just said. The prepositional phrase indicates the first speaker.
Then Bishop Paulk asked everyone to repeat after him, 'The Lord is God' and 3,000 voices affirmed that He was.