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used when someone has just said or done something that helps you to remember something
used for telling someone what you remember about a particular event, person, etc.
used for saying that you think you have remembered something correctly
used when someone says something that makes you realize or remember another thing
used for saying what you think is true when you think that there may be facts that you do not know, remember, etc.
used for adding something that you have just remembered about a subject that you are talking about
used for reminding someone that a particular person or thing needs to be considered
so that you can remember a happy time in the past
if a word, name, etc. is on the tip of your tongue, you know it but cannot remember it at the time you are speaking
used at the beginning of a reply for showing that someone has just reminded you of something
to fall over forwards so that your face hits the ground or another surface
a very light type of cake made with flour, eggs, and sugar
the activity of exploring abandoned buildings and other manmade structures
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