What part of speech is “remembered”

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'remembered' is the past tense form of the verb 'remember.' As a verb, 'remember' means to have in or be able to bring to one's mind an awareness of someone or something from the past. When it's in the past tense, 'remembered,' it indicates that the action of recalling or thinking about something from the past has already occurred.

'remembered' can be used to describe a past action where someone recalled, thought of, or considered something from their memory. It can be used in both positive and negative contexts. For instance, one can remember something fondly or remember a painful event. 'Remembered' can be used in various contexts, including personal memories, historical events, or recalling information.

She remembered the first time they met and smiled.

I remembered to bring my umbrella just in time for the rain.

He remembered the lessons his grandfather taught him.

'remembered' is different from 'reminded.' While 'remembered' is about recalling from one's own memory, 'reminded' is about causing someone to remember. Don't confuse 'remembered' with 'reminisced.' While both involve thinking about the past, 'reminisce' has a more nostalgic connotation, often involving sharing memories with others. In some contexts, 'remembered' can also imply that something or someone was honored or commemorated, as in 'He is remembered as a great leader.'

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