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    #1

    Do/did/could

    Hello,

    Which question is wrong?

    You brought your pencil but no your eraser. How did you forget it?! It's important!
    How could you forget it?! It's important!
    How could you forgot it?! It's important!


    Thanks!!

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    #2

    Re: Do/did/could

    Quote Originally Posted by Kco13 View Post
    Hello,

    Which question is wrong?

    You brought your pencil but no your eraser. How did you forget it?! It's important!
    How could you forget it?! It's important!
    How could you forgot it?! It's important!


    Thanks!!
    I'd say "How could you have forgotten it!".

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    #3

    Re: Do/did/could

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    "How could you forgot it!" is wrong.

    "How could you forget it!" or, as bhaisahab said, "How could you have forgotten it!" are the best ways to say this.

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