Активизируем английский

Активизируем английский

Remember

  1. This is my brother. Do you re­mem­ber him?
  2. I don’t remember her.
  3. I can’t remember her.
  4. I can’t remember where I put the keys yes­ter­day.
  5. I’ll always remem­ber this day.
  6. I remember him from uni­ver­sity.
  7. I clearly remember meet­ing him a year ago.
  8. I remember seeing him at the ex­hi­bi­tion. • I re­mem­ber read­ing the book and think­ing what a re­mark­able novel that was. • I re­mem­ber work­ing day and night then.
  9. Everyday English: I remember him coming here and of­fer­ing to help us. • For­mal Eng­lish: I remember his com­ing here and of­fer­ing to help us. • Also, as an al­ter­na­tive: I re­mem­ber (that) he came here and of­fered to help us.
  10. Everyday English: I remember them play­ing an in­ter­est­ing game. • For­mal Eng­lish: I re­mem­ber their play­ing an in­ter­est­ing game. • Also, as an al­ter­na­tive: I re­mem­ber (that) they played an in­ter­est­ing game.
  11. As far as I can remem­ber, they had a red car.
  12. If I remember correctly, they were go­ing to sell their house. = If I remember rightly, they were go­ing to sell their house.
  13. I can’t remember where we met and what she said.
  14. I remember (that) no one helped us that time.
  15. It should be remem­bered that no one is above the law in a demo­crat­ic so­ci­e­ty.
  16. Remember to call me when you come back. = Don’t forget to call me when you come back.
  17. He is best remem­bered as the man who wrote this re­mark­able book.
  18. Remember me to her.
  19. She clearly (vividly, dis­tinctly) re­mem­bered that. • She vaguely (dimly) re­mem­bered that. • She fondly re­mem­bered that. • She can hardly (barely) re­mem­ber that.
  20. We remembered him with affec­tion. • We re­mem­bered him with love. • We re­mem­bered him with grati­tude.


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