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    remember me

    I tried to combine the following sentences into a single one as written below. Are the sentences grammatical?

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    I hope everyone can remember me after we graduate from school.

    2. Everyone browses through the graduation yearbook.

    I hope everyone can still remember me after we graduate by browsing through this graduate yearbook.

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    Re: remember me

    The combined sentence is grammatically correct and conveys the meaning.

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