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If you remember people or events from the past, your mind still has an impression of them and you are able to think about them.
You can use either an -ing form or a to-infinitive after remember, but with different meanings. If your mind has an impression of something you did in the past, you say that you remember doing it.
If you do something that you had intended to do, you can say that you remember to do it.
If you mention to someone that they had intended to do something, don't say that you 'remember' them to do it. Say that you remind them to do it.
If you remind someone of a fact or event that they already know about, you say something which causes them to think about it.
You can remind someone that something is true.
If you remind someone to do something, you tell them again that they should do it, or you mention to them that they had intended to do it.
Don't say that you 'remind someone of doing' something.
If someone or something reminds you of another person or thing, they are similar to that other person or thing and make you think about them.
You must use of in a sentence like this.
Past participle: reminded
|Verb||1.||remind - put in the mind of someone; "Remind me to call Mother"|
take back - cause someone to remember the past; "This photo takes me back to the good old days"
nag - remind or urge constantly; "she nagged to take a vacation"
|2.||remind - assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned|
inform - impart knowledge of some fact, state or affairs, or event to; "I informed him of his rights"
remind[rɪˈmaɪnd] VT → recordar a
thank you for reminding me → gracias por recordármelo
to remind sb that → recordar a algn que
customers are reminded that → se recuerda a los clientes que ...
to remind sb to do sth → recordar a algn que haga algo
remind me to fix an appointment → recuérdame que ponga una cita
you have to keep reminding him to do it → hay que recordárselo constantemente
need I remind you who he is? → ¿tengo que recordarte quién es?
to remind sb about sth → recordar algo a algn
don't forget to remind her about the party → no te olvides de recordarle lo de la fiesta
don't remind me! → ¡no me lo recuerdes!
to remind sb of sth → recordar algo a algn
that reminds me of last time → eso me recuerda la última vez
she reminds me of Anne → me recuerda a Anne
to remind o.s. I have to remind myself to relax → tengo que recordarme a mí mismo que debo relajarme
he's only a boy, I reminded myself → no es más que un niño, me recordé
that reminds me! → ¡a propósito!
I saw John today, which reminds me → hoy vi a John, a propósito ... REMEMBER
It reminds me of Scotland → Cela me rappelle l'Écosse.
to remind sb of sb → rappeler qn à qn
She reminds me of her mother → Elle me rappelle sa mère.
that reminds me ... → ça me fait penser (que) ...
"Can I have some icecream?" - "That reminds me! We need some more." → "Je peux avoir de la glace?" - "Ça me fait penser qu'il nous en faut plus."
I'll remind you tomorrow → Je te le rappellerai demain.
I'll forget if you don't remind me → Je vais oublier si tu ne me le rappelles pas.
to remind sb to do sth → faire penser qn à faire qch, rappeler à qn de faire qch
Remind me to speak to Daniel → Rappelle-moi de parler à Daniel., Fais-moi penser à parler à Daniel.
to remind sb (that) ... → rappeler à qn que ...
to remind sb of sth → rappeler qch à qn
His father constantly reminds him of the virtues of patience → Son père lui rappelle constamment les vertus de la patience.