Exercício: Remember x Remind

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O exercício a seguir é sobre como dizer "lembrar" em inglês. Check it out (confira)!.

Preencha os espaços em branco utilizando corretamente "remember" ou "remind".

A. Do you_ me? I used to work with you many years ago.
B. This song_me of our wedding day.
C. I still_what you did last summer.
D. I will always_you. I'll never forget you.
E. _me to call the veterinarian tomorrow.

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Avatar do usuário PPAULO 39205 6 32 684
a) remember
b)(just) reminded/reminds
c)remember
d)remember
e)remind
a. Do you remember me? I used to work with you many years ago.
b. This song reminds me of our wedding day.
c. I still remember what you did last summer.
d. I will always remind you. I'll never forget you.
e. Remember me to call the veterinarian tomorrow.
Avatar do usuário PPAULO 39205 6 32 684
Hi there, Marlon.
Remind could mean "to make (someone else) remember..." (fazer lembrar...)

Remember then, would mean lembrar-se de..., or - sometimes, "mandar lembranças" as in "remember me to her."



In this way, maybe you should reconsider your answers to the questions d and e.
Avatar do usuário Donay Mendonça 49130 21 73 1140
As respostas - the answers

a. Do you remember me? I used to work with you many years ago.
b. This song reminds me of our wedding day.
c. I still remember what you did last summer.
d. I will always remember you. I'll never forget you.
e. Remind me to call the veterinarian tomorrow.

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Avatar do usuário PPAULO 39205 6 32 684
Thank you Donay. You are an asset in the EE, and an inspiration to everyone. Always finding a way to challenge the student and making him interact, kudos for you and all the others that take part of the EE in any way.
That you are a superb teacher and educator is no novelty, but I wanted to let you know that this is appreciated by us, and how your comments/answers have been relevant and useful to build (our) knowledge and vocab.
So, as I think it shouldn´t take a special day to thank someone else, I took this thread to do it.
It doesn´t mean any flattering that goes nowhere, but a (personal) thank you note of sorts. :P
Keep up the good work!