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Common English Expressions: Reminding Someone

Useful Expressions-Reminding Someone


Reminding
is to make someone
aware of something forgotten or possibly forgotten, or to bring back a memory to someone. It is to enable someone think of something they have forgotten or might have forgotten. Here are the most commonly used expressions for Reminding Someone.

  Don’t forget to bring a book
  Don’t forget to…
  Remember to count the cash
  Remember to…
  Keep in mind
  I’d like to remind you about…
  I just wanted to remind you that…
  You won’t forget to…, will you?
  You haven’t forgotten to…, have you?
  Can I remind you of something?
  Don’t you forget to…?
  May I remind you about…
  Remember, this is very important
  Remember, …
  Have you set mobile alarm?
  Have you…?
  Be sure to sanitize your hands
  Be sure…
  Be alert
  Make sure you switched your mobile off
  Make sure…
  Have you understood…?
  Do you know what I told?
  Do you know…?
  Do you remember…?
  Try to remember
  Sorry to be a bore but do remember to…
  Sorry to be a bore but don’t forget to…
  Please remember to…
  Please don’t forget to…
  You should bear in mind…
  You should keep in mind…
  I’m sure you can’t forget to…
  Always keep in mind

 

also see

GREETINGS INTRODUCING YOURSELF
INTRODUCING OTHERS APOLOGIZING
ENCOURAGING OTHERS EXPRESSING GRATITUDE
INVITING GIVING OPINION
COMPLIMENTING PERMITTING
AGREEING/DISAGREEING DESCRIBING SOMEBODY
EXPRESSING PLEASURE TAKING LEAVE
EXPRESSING SURPRISE COMPLAINING
SUGGESTIONS POSSIBILITY/IMPOSSIBILITY
RECOMMENDING OFFERING FOOD/DRINK
PREDICTING BUYING THINGS
WARNING
CHEERING
LIKE/DISLIKE
EXPRESSING ANGER

 

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