Get a free English lesson every week! 2 MILLION subscribers!
> English translator
> Our other sites
Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #41002: Remember / Remind
Remember / Remind
to remember = to keep some information in the memory
opposite: to forget
I can remember people's faces, but not their names. You are Mr ? ...Grastskypt.
a) This verb can be transitive (with an object)
I remember your name now, you are Mr Grastskypt
b) It can be intransitive (without an object)
This is the third time we 've met Doctor, remember?
2. remember + infinitive (future action)
Please remember to lock the door when you go out !
remember +verb -ing (past action)
I'll always remember flying to America on Concorde
3. remember is often used with when where why how
I can't remember where I have put my keys.
Now I remember why I didn't buy the newspaper yesterday.
Try to remember when life was so tender that no one swept except the willow...(song)
Do you remember how the street looked before this skyscraper was built ?
To remind = to help someone else remember something
to make someone remember something
His secretary calls to remind him about the meeting.
remind always has an object
This handkerchief has a knot. The knot reminds the man that he has something to do.
Sarah, could you remind Tom to phone his grandmother tomorrow ?
English exercise "Remember / Remind" created by lili73 with The test builder
Click here to see the current stats of this English test [Save] [Load] [?]
End of the free exercise to learn English: Remember / Remind
A free English exercise to learn English.
Other English exercises on the same topic : Frequent mistakes | All our lessons and exercises