Is it better to say “Don’t forget” or “Remember” in written encouragement?

It is better to say remember. It is actually impossible to comply with “don’t forget” because in the time between the request and the eventual time you do the thing you were not supposed to forget, you will have forgotten about it many times.

What is the difference between remember and don t forget?

“Don’t forget” is a negative tone. You should use it when if she/he forget, something bad will happen. “Remember” is more positive, but be wary that it can be used as ironic/sarcastic as well.

How do you say Don’t forget?

remind; remember; don’t forget.

What do you mean by Don’t forget?

don’t forget to do something Don’t forget to lock up when you leave. b) used to remind someone about an important fact or detail that they should considerdon’t forget (that) But don’t forget that you have to pay interest on the loan.

How do you say I don’t remember?

We forget things in different ways, and in English there are different phrases you can use to communicate that you forget something.

  1. “I lost my train of thought.” …
  2. “It slipped my mind.” …
  3. “It’s on the tip of my tongue!” …
  4. “It doesn’t ring a bell.” …
  5. “It went in one ear and out the other.” …
  6. “Can you refresh my memory?”

What’s another way to say don’t miss it?

What is another word for don’t miss?

omit exclude
disregard miss
overlook leave out
drop cut
take out fail to include

What is the meaning of I don’t remember?

I don’t remember means that I once knew, but now I do not. This is less committal, since it sounds as if I am not necessarily trying very hard to remember. I can’t remember means that I once knew, but now I cannot think of it. This is more emphatic, since it sounds as if I am testing the limits of my memory.

What does it mean when I can’t remember?

Major memory changes don’t always signal Alzheimer’s disease. They can be caused by strokes, head injuries, lack of vitamins in your diet, or sleep trouble. They might even be a side effect of one of the drugs you’re taking. When in doubt, see a doctor to sort it out.