You're welcome.Which of the following are correct with the given meanings:
1-I forget his name.
Meaning: I cannot recall his name. I do not remember his name.
2-He forgets that man's name.
Meaning: He cannot recall his name.
3-I forgot his name when he came in through the door.
Meaning: When he came in through the door, I could not recall his name. His name had escaped my memory.
4-He forgot at that moment that he was the leader of a large enterprise.
Meaning: He had forgotten at the moment that he was the leader of a large enterprise.
5-She forgot just then that she had told a lie which contradicted what she was saying.
Meaning: She had forgotten just then that she had told a lie which contradicted what she was saying.
'Forget' could be a dynamic verb. '1' could mean 'I keep forgetting his name.' [No, it doesn't mean that. It just says that you can't remember now. Keep forgetting means repeatedly forget. "I keep forgetting" is the same as "I repeatedly forget."] That is not the usage I have in mind. I want to see if these sentences would work if the stative meaning of 'forget' (be unable to recall) was intended.