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    forget forgot

    Should we use forget or forgot?When you don't remember it something that happened in the past and not this moment so maybe it should be in the past but i have heard i forget

    Hi Mike
    Hi Andy Long time no see.
    How have you been
    Great! I met whatshisname the other day. oh, I forget/I forgot


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    Re: forget forgot

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Should we use forget or forgot?When you don't remember it something that happened in the past and not this moment so maybe it should be in the past but i have heard i forget

    Hi Mike
    Hi Andy Long time no see.
    How have you been
    Great! I met whatshisname the other day. Oh, I forget/I forgot

    Depends what you mean. In the context of your conversation "Oh I forget/forgot " is an incomplete sentence.

    Related to the meeting:
    ...Oh, I forget where

    Unrelated to the meeting:
    Oh, I forgot. Did you know....

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