What does remembered mean?

What does remembered mean?

to recall to the mind by an act or effort of memory; think of again: I’ll try to remember the exact date. to retain in the memory; keep in mind; remain aware of: Remember your appointment with the dentist. to have (something) come into the mind again: I just remembered that it’s your birthday today.

How do you spell Rembered?

Correct spelling for the English word “remembered” is [ɹɪmˈɛmbəd], [ɹɪmˈɛmbəd], [ɹ_ɪ_m_ˈɛ_m_b_ə_d] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

How do you use the word remember?

  1. [S] [T] She doesn’t remember if his car was yellow or not. (
  2. [S] [T] We were supposed to have lunch together, remember? (
  3. [S] [T] You are no better at remembering things than I am. (
  4. [S] [T] You must remember the fact that you owe her a lot. (
  5. [S] [T] Each time I see this picture, I remember my father. (

What are the rules of past tense?

The Past Simple Tense

  • Add ed to most verbs.
  • If a short verb ends with a consonant-vowel-consonant, double the last letter and then add ed.
  • In longer words, if the last syllable of the verb ends with a consonant-vowel-consonant and that syllable is stressed, double the last consonant and then add ed.

What is the structure of past simple tense?

Structure: Subject + Had + Verb 3 (V3) + Object When two past actions are mentioned in a single sentence, in order to distinguish both of them, the earlier action is described in the past perfect and the other action, in the simple past tense.

How do you explain past actions?

Talking about the past

  1. We use the past simple to talk about:
  2. We do not normally use would with stative verbs. We use the past simple or used to instead:
  3. We use the past perfect when we are looking back from a point in the past to something earlier in the past:
  4. We use the present perfect:

What are the 4 past tenses?

  • 4 Past Tenses and When to Use Them. Home.
  • Past Simple. The first past tense you’ll often learn in your English classes is the past simple.
  • Past Continuous. Another common past tense is the past continuous.
  • Past Perfect. Now we can move on to a slightly more difficult tense – the past perfect.
  • Past Perfect Continuous.

Which tense is only for recently finished actions?

past tense

Which tense is used with by?

*They were eating dinner by the time we arrive. (1) A present tense verb form is used in the by-the-time phrase when the main clause expresses present or future perfect timing. (2) A past verb form is used in the by-the-time phrase when the main clause expresses past perfect timing.

Can we use recently with Past Perfect?

You can use “recently” with past and perfect tenses, as seen in these dictionary examples: I recently bought a CD player. Dean recently lost his job in a sports shop and applied to join the fire service. “Recently” is often used with past participles on web sites.

Is more recently grammatically correct?

As I think about it, “most recently” is more uncommon than “more recently.” You would use “more recently” in a sentence like: “We used to go to the bars downtown, but more recently we’ve been hanging out in the suburbs.”

How do you say very recently?


  1. freshly.
  2. newly.
  3. lately.
  4. latterly.
  5. afresh.
  6. anew.
  7. in recent past.
  8. new.

What’s a better word for recently?

What is another word for recently?

freshly newly
just only
lately latterly
now afresh
a moment ago anew