Exercício: Remember x Remind

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Donay Mendonça 23 127 1.7k
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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PPAULO 6 49 1.3k
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.
PPAULO 6 49 1.3k
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.
Donay Mendonça 23 127 1.7k
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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PPAULO 6 49 1.3k
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!
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marlonricard escreveu: 07 Jul 2015, 18:12 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.
Bom dia,

Ninguém diz "remember me to" (verbo, fazer algo). Seria "Remind me to call the veterinarian tomorrow."