Difference between "forget" and 'forget about"
What is the difference between 'forget something' and 'forget about something'?
Re: Difference between "forget" and 'forget about"
Off the top of my head I would say that a forget a thing but I forget about a process.
Originally Posted by Adam Cruge
I forget about eating when I am busy at work.
If I forget my keys I will not be able to get in the building.
When I think of sports I always remember football and basketball but I sometimes forget hockey.
However, they may be others who can elucidate this more precisely.
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