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    a.laura Guest



    I would like to know the difference between Remind someone Of and remind someone About.


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    AnneTrinh is offline Junior Member
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    Re: remind

    1) to remind sb about sth = to help him/her remember it, as in:

    For the math exam tomorrow, I'll have to bring my calculator with me. Please remember me about it.

    2) to remind sb of sb/sth else = to make him/her remember or think about another thing, place, or person, because they are similar in some way, as in:

    You remind me of a friend I met a few years ago in Paris.


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