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    Grammar check

    What do remember about that day?

    This sentence was taken from an entry examination for a TEFL course(Course: Cambridge CELTA). I feel that it is incorrect and should read like this " what do you/I/they remember about that day?"

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    Re: Grammar check

    Yes, you need a noun/pronoun.

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    Re: Grammar check

    Welcome, metinxcapraz.

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