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    #1

    forgotten

    Hi, I am new here and have a question. Is this sentence correct: Despite having forgotten to study, Annabel passed the test.
    Thanks ever so much! I just am doing a training for proofreading in english.

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    #2

    Re: forgotten

    Welcome to the forum, HH.

    It's correct.

    Always capitalise English.

    Rover

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