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    which one is correct

    Forgot make a copy to you
    Forgot make you a copy
    Forgot copy to you
    Forgot copy you
    Forgot to copy you

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    Re: which one is correct


    Heh, heh.
    These aren't really complete sentences without 'I' at the beginning, they are fragmentary.

    (I) Forgot to make a copy for you.
    Forgot to make you a copy.
    Forgot to send a copy to you
    Forgot (to print up a) copy (for) you.
    Forgot to copy you. (Don't copy people, they will be miffed.)

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    Re: which one is correct

    People do say "I will copy you" meaning include someone in the "cc" field on an email.

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