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Meaning of 'all about' #1 (permalink) Mon Jun 06, 2005 14:50 pm   Meaning of 'all about'
 

Test No. incompl/elem-18 "Making an Appointment", question 2

To start with, can you ......... what session 2 was all about?

(a) retain
(b) remain
(c) remind
(d) remember

Test No. incompl/elem-18 "Making an Appointment", answer 2

To start with, can you remember what session 2 was all about?

Correct answer: (d) remember
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can you explain me more clear the expresion "was
all about?
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Meaning of 'all about' #2 (permalink) Fri Jun 17, 2005 11:06 am   Meaning of 'all about'
 

This means can you remember the topic of session 2?

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Meaning of 'all about' #3 (permalink) Wed Jul 29, 2009 6:54 am   Meaning of 'all about'
 

hi Torsten,
could you explain me the difference among recall, remind & remember
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