We were playing a game. A random person was given a word and that person had to "make" or "come up" with a question with the help of that word. That person could [then] ask* that question to anyone.
Ex. Whenever he "asked her to do" anything for him she refused.
Question 1: We know ask should not be followed by "To" so what is the way to construct this sentence properly?
Question 2: *In my introduction, where I have the asterisk, should I have used "could ask" or "could have asked"?