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Difference between Remind About and Remind Of

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Created Date: Thu 02 Feb 2012

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What is the difference between remind about and remind of?

 

Answer:
Remind about is typically used when ANOTHER PERSON/THING brings something to your attention or makes you remember something that you must do.
Ex:
You are reminded about something you must do.
Please remind me about doing my homework!
Please remind me about my appointment with the doctor!

Remind of: is used to make someone remember someone that they know or something that happened in the past. Situation: A reminds you of B.
Ex:
You smell a neighbor cooking a turkey and it reminds you of your last Thanksgiving dinner.
The turkey cooked during the summer reminded you of last Thanksgiving.


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