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    Default Forgot / Forget

    Scenario:

    A: How do you do this math question?

    B: I forgot how to do it. (What does this mean? I know this is past tesne but what does it mean?
    B: I forget how to do it. (What does this mean? I know this is past tesne but what does it mean?

    Which one would I use? 'Forget' or 'forgot'? Why?

    What do these mean?
    1. I forgot how to do it.
    2. I forgot how you do it.
    Last edited by jack; 10-Jan-2005 at 07:02.

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    Default Re: Forgot / Foget

    Can someone help me with the post above? Thanks.
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    re these correct? What do these mean?
    1. He forgot what he needed to do.
    2. He forgot what he needs to do. (If this is wrong, why?)
    3. He forgets what he needed to do.
    4. He forgets what he needs to do.

    Are these correct?
    5. He forgot what he needed to do.
    6. He forgot what did he needed to do. (If this is incorrect, why?)

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    Default Re: Forgot / Foget

    Could someone help me out with the post above? Thanks.

    If these are not correct, why? What do they mean?
    1. I forgot about it before. (Past even?)
    2. I forget about it before. (Fact that you forgot about it before?)

    What do these mean?
    3. It is a fact that you forgot about it before.
    4. It is a fact that you forget about it before.

    Thanks again.

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