HomeQ&A"Would you forget?" or "Would you remember?"

"Would you forget?" or "Would you remember?"

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Either "Would you forget?" or "Would you remember?" is fine. I don't know which "would," to use. If it helps, it is for a fake newspaper article... Thanks! smile

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updated JUN 6, 2010
posted by bookworm

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¿ Vas a recordar ? = Would you remember ? (Are you going to remember? ) Written as if directed to an individual/ friend/person you know/younger person

¿ Va a recordar ? written as if directed to an individual you do not know /someone older than yourslf

¿ Uds van a recordar ? written as if directed to a group of people you do not know suitable for a spanish or South American audience

¿ Vaís a recordar ? written as if directed towards a group of people (Vaís form used only in in Spain )

the verb olvidar = to forget can be used in place of recordar = to remember

updated JUN 6, 2010
edited by FELIZ77
posted by FELIZ77
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A bit more context would be helpful (like what would be remembered) but with the information provided, I would go for ¿Recordarías?

updated JUN 6, 2010
posted by MacFadden
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