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    What's the differnce between "I forgot to do it" and "I forgot doing it" ?

    What's the differnce between "I forgot to do it" and "I forgot doing it" ?

    Grazie !

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    Re: What's the differnce between "I forgot to do it" and "I forgot doing it" ?

    I forgot to do it. - I forgot that I had/needed to to it. I didn't do it.
    I forgot doing it. - I forgot that I had done it.

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    Re: What's the differnce between "I forgot to do it" and "I forgot doing it" ?

    Where I live, the second sentence, "I forgot doing it" sounds like an incomplete sentence, and would probably be considered meaningless on its own.

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