May I remind you that (clause)

This is a forceful phrase that you use when someone isn't following the rules and you want to tell them what the rules are again. For example, teachers often use this:

May I remind you that all essays are to be turned in at the beginning of class.

This phrase looks very polite, but in practice people use it in speaking or writing when they are angry or annoyed by something.

This phrase appears in these lessons: