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I can still remember every word of our conversation.
That was a beautiful summer, as I remember.
She remembers seeing him leave an hour ago.
I remember that I was really nervous on my first day at school.
I vividly remember the day we first met.
He can only dimly remember his grandparents.
We last saw them in November, if I remember rightly.
You got a taxi home, remember?
I can’t remember her name at the moment.
She suddenly remembered that she was supposed to meet him after work.
Try to remember where you put the keys.
I hope she remembers my book when she comes (=remembers to bring it).
He never remembered to lock the door when he went out.
Please remember him as he recovers from his recent operation.
She will be remembered with affection by many people in the town.
They will be remembered for their dedication to the charity.
She’d rather be remembered as an actress than a model.
Goodbye, John, and remember me to your parents.
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