Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Recall"

The meaning of "Recall" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does RECALL (After the diplomatic row between the two countries, Ruritania recalled its ambassador for consultation). mean?
A: @lunka0x0

The ambassador flew back to Ruritania
Q: What does recall mean?
A: It means "to remember".
Q: What does recall mean?
A: it means remember
Q: What does recall mean?
A: To remember
Q: What does if i recall correctly the person i chatted with said i couldn't mind anything to fill. will you tell me what that sentence means. thank you in advance... mean?
A: "Couldn't mind anything to fill" does not make sense. I need more info to help you...

Example sentences using "Recall"

Q: Please show me example sentences with recall and remember, because I don’t know the difference.
A: They both mean the some thing

1. I can’t seem to recall the date.
2. I can’t seem to remember the date.

1. She can’t recall what happened to her on Sunday.
2. She can’t remember what happened to her on Sunday
Q: Please show me example sentences with recall.
A: I don't recall
Q: Please show me example sentences with as I recall.
A: "As I recall, the dog did not get walked last night."

"As I recall, the mailman did not deliver anything yesterday."

"As I recall, Josh is currently trying to grow out his beard."
Q: Please show me example sentences with recall.
A: A: Do you know what happened?
B: No - I can't recall

Synonyms of "Recall" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between recall and remind and remember ?
A: You remind someone. She remembers it because you reminded her. Recalling is very similar to remembering
Q: What is the difference between recall and remember ?
A: They mean the same thing, but recall is usually used in formal settings and remember can be used in formal or informal settings.
Q: What is the difference between recall and remember ?
A: There isn't much difference between "recall" and "remember", however "recall" suggests that you are going to say what you remember whereas "remember" can be used in any situation and just means you have the memory available in your mind.

Recall can also have other meanings though. For example, if a commander orders an officer to return from somewhere else, then you may say that the commander "recalled" the officer (i.e. ordered the officer to come back).

In terms of grammatical errors, here is a more natural sounding way to ask the same question:

In what sort of cases can you use the verbs "recall" and "remember"? Could you please spot any grammar mistakes in this question and provide appropriate corrections?
Q: What is the difference between he would later recall and he later recalled ?
A: These would normally be used when narrating a story. You would use "he later recalled" when the narrator is talking about what happened in the past. You would use "he would later recall" when the person has recalled in the past, but he recalled after some other event.
For example:
"He then went to sleep, but he would later recall that he had forgotten to do his homework"
This is used when you're narrating as the events happen also.
You would say "he went to sleep, but later recalled that he had forgotten to do his homework" if BOTH events have happened in the past
I'm not sure if this has made any sense at all, so I can try to think of more examples if you need it
Q: What is the difference between recall and remember ?
A: When you recall something, you remember it and tell others about it. See:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/grammar/learnit/learnitv204.shtml

Translations of "Recall"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? recall
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? recall
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Other questions about "Recall"

Q: I recall him but not as much as I used to
I like to travel alone but not as much as I used to does this sound natural?
A: × I recall him but not as much as I used to
✓ I remember him, but not as well as I used to.

× I like to travel alone but not as much as I used to

“I remember my childhood friend, Shawn.”
“I recall we got ice cream in the summer.”

When you recall something or someone, it’s usually a specific event you are thinking about. When you remember someone, you are thinking about all of your memories with that person.”
Q: Please recall what we learned in today's class in order to do your homework. does this sound natural?
A: Sure!; "If I recall correctly, the number the store uses for the bathroom code is '1234'' Or; "Can you recall the time that we were supposed to meet? I don't remember and don't want to embarrass myself!" These are just a few instances, feel free to ask for more!
Q: Please recall your phone number. does this sound natural?
A: What's your phone number?
Q: I'm tired of recalling her. does this sound natural?
A: Maybe try saying

"It bothers me every time I think about her"
Q: "If i recall" is another lingo for "If i remember correctly".
My questions is, is that Why there isn't 'correctly/right' after 'recall' just like "If I recall correctly"?
A: You can add "correctly/right" to the end of "If I recall" and it will still sound natural! "Recall" is normally seen as just "Remember" so if you wanted to say "If I remember correctly" you would say "If I recall correctly". The only difference is that recall is more formal in tone :P
I hope this helped!!

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