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    Question forgo - am i using it correctly?

    Hi,


    1) I am afraid you have to forgo as i am not available on monday

    2) forgo the dinner, we are already late for the movies


    what you say about 1 and 2?


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    Re: forgo - am i using it correctly?

    Yes, you are using it correctly. Forgo means to go without, abstain, or relinquish. You may also spell it "forego".


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    Re: forgo - am i using it correctly?

    Thanx

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