To remember something is to recall information stored in your brain.
- Do you remember my name?
- I’m sorry, I don’t remember. I forgot.
- Tom says he can’t remember names. He has a really bad memory.
- It’s hard to remember.
- I remember.
- I remember it. (The verb "remember" can be transitive or intransitive–followed by an object or not followed by an object.)
- What do you remember from your childhood?
- When students take tests, they must remember information and facts.
- Small children must remember where they live.
- Do you remember what you did last weekend?
- Did you remember what your teacher told you to do to prepare for class?
- Joe remembers when he was a kid and used to play hockey with his friends.
- Jennifer would rather not remember some of the things that happened to her during her childhood.
- Remembering things that happened during one’s childhood can bring either joy or sadness.
- We will always remember what happened on 9-11.
- Remember, you can always count on your family in times of need.
- Remember, it’s necessary to always practice your English every day.
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September 19, 2019