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How do you say I remember in Italian?

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05/17/2010

'Io ricordo' is an Italian equivalent of 'I remember'. Italian language speakers may choose not to use subject pronouns, such as 'io' ['I'] here, other than for clarification or emphasis. Oftentimes, the verb form makes it clear what the subject is. The phrase is pronounced 'EE-oh ree-KOHR-doh'.