字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hi, everyone. Dan for BBC Learning English here with a quick explanation of the difference between 'remember' and 'remind'. Now both 'remember' and 'remind' are verbs of memory, but they are not the same. 'Remember' is about having a memory and has two verb patterns. Number one: remember + (verb)ing is used when you remember something from the past. For example: I remember saying 'Hi, everyone'. See? Number two: remember + full infinitive is used when something is to be done in the future. For example: I must remember to do my shopping later. However, 'remind' means 'make someone remember'. Its verb pattern is remind + somebody + a full infinitive verb. For example: You must remind me to do my shopping later. Something can also remind someone of something. For example: This cup reminds me of my other cup.