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    To tell the truth, I quite fogot my promise

    To tell the truth, I quite forgot my promise.

    I can't understand this sentence.
    Could anyone explain this sentence please?
    Please explain what you understand because I don't have more context

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    Re: To tell the truth, I quite fogot my promise

    To tell the truth- this is often used when someone is about to admit or confess to something. In this case, the speaker is giving the honest reason and not going to make up some excuse.

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