Use of "noun/pronoun + asked that + noun/pronoun".

Do you use noun/pronoun + asked that + noun/pronoun in your variant of English?


  1. The Committee has asked that I seek further information on the way in which the Society is developing its campaign and the nature of the second report.

  2. The executives agreed and asked that I act as the facilitator.

  3. Our lawyers have asked that we meet.

Yes. That’s common in my variant.

Is it also common in standard American English?

It is possible. It means ask for (help, advice, information, etc.)