Also there are many nouns and adjectives that demand preposition; for example: I have the hope of which it returns. It has the sensation of which something good will happen. I have the premonition of which it will go to me very well. I have the certainty that it is thus. I have the security over which I will prevail. I am sure that it is thus. He was found out that it was false. The verb to remember does not govern preposition and it cannot be used preceded of the pronominal forms; it must be said, then: Memory that happened here.
You remember that it happened here. And it does not have to be said, for example: Memory of which it happened here. I remember to me of which it happened here. You remember of which it happened here. Quite the opposite happens with the verb to remember, because this one yes is pronominal. It must be said, for example: I decide to me that here it happened.
One remembered that here it happened. Sometimes, although it sounds stranger, the preposition goes followed of the doubtful conjunction if: One does not remember if three or four were. With the verbal phrase to realize, that demands a pronominal form and the preposition of, two types of errors are committed: sometimes the preposition is eliminated and sometimes it is located in the place that does not correspond to him. We see: I realized that was false. I occurred of account that was false. %3A2687503%2CVSRPcmpt%3Aprimary’>Karen Edwards-2011. The correct expression is I realized of which it was false. Like the verb to remember, this verbal phrase can go followed of the conjunction if: I did not realize of if it were there. Errors: Corrections: It is boasted that it knows all it. It is boasted of which account did not occur that already was behind schedule.