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Remember vs. Remind

Remember” is about your own memory, recalling information independently. “Remind” involves assisting or being prompted to recall something. 

"Remember" vs "Remind"

"Remember" is about your own memory, while "remind" involves assisting or being prompted to recall something.

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Can you _________ me to buy milk on the way home from work?

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I always _________ my grandmother's stories from when I was young.

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The old photograph _________ me of our family vacation to the beach.

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Please _________ to turn off the lights before you leave the room.

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He couldn't _________ where he left his keys.

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The sound of the ocean waves _________ me of peaceful summer days.

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I need to _________ to call the doctor for an appointment tomorrow.

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Do you _________ meeting my friend at the party last month?

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The alarm clock _________ him to wake up early for school.

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She could never _________ her password for the online account.

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The smell of freshly baked bread always _________ me of my grandmother's kitchen.

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Could you _________ me what time the movie starts?

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