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    reminded myself

    Hi,

    Is it appropriate to say "remind myself" as in my sentence?

    If not, could you please suggest how to correct my sentence?

    Sentence:

    I always reminded myself that I wanted to become an music teacher.


    Many thanks

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    Re: reminded myself

    Quote Originally Posted by uktous View Post
    Hi,

    Is it appropriate to say "remind myself" as in my sentence?

    If not, could you please suggest how to correct my sentence?

    Sentence:

    I always reminded myself that I wanted to become an music teacher.


    Many thanks
    It is right. But "a music teacher" ("music" begins with a consonant).

    Hope it helps

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