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    you have not forgotten or you have not forget

    Which is correct? "you have not forgotten", "have not forgot" or "you have not forget"

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    Re: you have not forgotten or you have not forget

    right: you have not forgotten
    it is the past participle of the verb " to forget, forgot-forgotten"

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