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    Question The use of the word "remember" to attract the reader's attention.

    I want to ask you in our essay if we can use the word "remember" to attract the reader's attention or perhaps to remind him.

    For example:

    .............Mr.Darcy thought that Jane was indifferent that is why he took Mr.Bingley away from Jane, remember /you might remember Charlotte's advice to Elizabeth that Mr.Bingley did not know Jane's disposition as Elizabeth did .....

    Could you please tell if the use of remember is correct and formal?

    Thank you in advance,
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    Last edited by symaa; 27-Jun-2011 at 08:50.

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