This is an English language lesson to practice using the word ‘Remember’ with a gerund and with an infinitive.
USING ‘REMEMBER’ WITH A GERUND
Remember + a Gerund means that you did something and you can recall the action
I remember talking to you last night.
I remember crying as a child
I remember going on holiday
I don’t remember being born
I remember seeing the robber enter the bank
I don’t remember watching that movie
USING ‘REMEMBER’ WITH AN INFINITIVE
Ths means that you have a plan to do something. This is likely to be used in questions or instructions.
Did you remember to lock the door?
Remember to buy some groceries at the supermarket
Remember to tie your shoelaces
Did you remember to finish your homework?
Remember to feed the cat before going to school
Did your remember your grandmother’s birthday?
Remember to call me when you arrive
Notice that the question uses DID and not DO, so the question is asked in the past tense.
Look at the following sentences and decide which are the correct answers
- Did you remember switching off the light?
- Did you remember to switch off the light?
- Do you remember switching off the light?
a/c b/c a
- I remember to see this movie
- I remember to see the movie
- I remember seeing the movie
b/c a/b a
- Remember to open the window
- Do you remember to open the windows?
- Did you remember to open the windows?
a/c b/c c
- Remember going to the shop
- Do you remember to go to the shop?
- Do you remember going to the shop?
a/c b/c a
- I don’t remember meeting him
- I don’t remember to meet him
- I can’t remember meeting him
a/c b/c a/b