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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #5754: Remember or Remind
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    Remember or Remind

    'Remember and Remind'


    • If you remember a fact or something from the past, you keep it in your mind, or bring it back into your mind.
    • When you remind someone to do something, you make them remember it.

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    1. I can't anything about the accident at all.
    2. Have you Jeff to bring his credit card?
    3. I must to take medicines after lunch.
    4. me to take my camera with me, please.
    5. She forgot to him about the engineer coming.
    6. She him of his cousin.
    7. Come on. Try to what he was wearing to Joanna's wedding.
    8. I cannot your name. What a shame!
    9. Could you Nathalie about dinner on Wednesday?
    10. Please me to post this letter.
    11. Can you what her telephone number is?
    12. We went and had tea in the little cafe on Oxford Circus - you the one next to the bookshop.
    13. She suddenly her sunglasses were in her other bag.
    14. Your mouth and eyes me of your father.

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