Cette vidéo travaille la compétence "Reminding someone of something"
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When communicating with others in the workplace, you may wish to repeat important information to make sure it is retained by those listening. You may also be concerned that a co-worker has forgotten something and want to tell them about it again, or simply tell someone about something that you think they already know, but that you wish to emphasize. Regardless of the context, you will need to be familiar with the various ways that can be used to remind somebody of something.
Using the verbs ‘to remember’ and ‘to remind’
These verbs have similar meanings but they are not the same, and there is a very important difference in how they are used.
· ‘To remember’
If you remember something, it appears in your head. In other words, you remember something yourself. If you tell someone else to remember something you emphasize that they must think of it themselves. The verb ‘to remember’, can be used to ask someone to think of or consider something that the speaker thinks they already know, but they may be ignoring or have forgotten.
Remember George, you are the one that hired Samantha.
Extrait du glossaire "Vocabulaire professionnel" de "Leading a meeting with several participants" :
plan de continuité des activités
So, now … moving on to the last item, … which is business continuity,…