Remember (something)?

In casual speech, you can ask someone "Remember ___?" instead of "Do you remember ___?"

You ask this question to ask whether someone remembers an experience that you had together. For example:

Remember that time when we went camping and forgot to bring a tent?

You don't usually ask "Remember ___?" to find out whether someone remembers facts like this:

Do you remember his phone number?

This phrase appears in these lessons: