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    optimistic pessimist is offline Member
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    Default Can you remind me...?

    Hi teachers!

    Is it okay to say, "can you remind me.." is used when you forget what you've already heard and want to ask again? If so, are the following sentences about the same in meaning?


    1. Can you remind me when you are leaving for Canada?

    2.Can you tell me again when you are leaving for Canada?

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    Default Re: Can you remind me...?

    Both are okay.

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