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    Question "Forget" and "Forget about"

    Hi,
    Is there any special difference between the two? I heard somebody say, 'Let's forget about it!' suggesting he didn't like the topic be discussed any longer. Thanks.

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    Re: "Forget" and "Forget about"

    Quote Originally Posted by Mehrgan View Post
    Hi,
    Is there any special difference between the two? I heard somebody say, 'Let's forget about it!' suggesting he didn't like the topic be discussed any longer. Thanks.
    I would infer no difference between "Let's forget about it" and "Let's forget it".

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