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Meaning of 'As a matter of fact' | Rely on vs. trust
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Remind the waiter #1 (permalink) Mon Feb 07, 2005 17:51 pm   Remind the waiter
 

Test No. incompl/inter-12 "At the Restaurant", question 8

We got very bad service today and had to ......... the waiter three times about the drinks.

(a) remember
(b) order
(c) reminder
(d) remind

Test No. incompl/inter-12 "At the Restaurant", answer 8

We got very bad service today and had to remind the waiter three times about the drinks.

Correct answer: (d) remind

Your answer was: incorrect
We got very bad service today and had to order the waiter three times about the drinks.
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Why the correct answer is not order?
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Order #2 (permalink) Mon Feb 07, 2005 20:15 pm   Order
 

The point is that you do not order the waiter but you order the meal and the waiter kept forgetting. That's why we had to remind him.
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Remind the waiter #3 (permalink) Fri Nov 28, 2008 18:44 pm   Remind the waiter
 

What's the difference between remember and remind?
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