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Kwiziq community member
30 October 2017
I checked with reverso.com, and they have Cette falaise me rappelle de Douvres (place). Not just Douvres. How come?
This question relates to:French lesson "Rappeler (à quelqu'un) = to remind (someone)"
2 November 2017
Kwiziq language super star
6 September 2018
Sorry about the delay in answering your question...
'Cette falaise me rappelle Douvres' is correct .
As to Chris' suggestion for,
'This reminds me of something',
the only possibility is:
Cela me rappelle quelque chose
You could say:
Je me rappelle (de) quelque chose
Je me souviens de quelque chose
for, 'I remember something'
Hope this helps!
31 December 2018
A little off topic but why did you use cela instead of ça in that answer?
No particular reason, Johanna, I was probably feeling 'formal'....you can say both but in written form, 'cela' always sound better than 'ça'.
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