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    #1

    Cool to remind someone of

    Hello!

    Is the use of "to remind someone of" correct in this case, please?


    "At first, I didn't understand why France got involved in the war in Libya but then my wife [B]reminded me of the war in France and how happy French people were to receive help from other countries".

    Thank you for your help.

    Will

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    #2

    Re: to remind someone of

    Yes.

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