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    Smile foregetting

    Hi everybody,

    what is better to say??? I keep forgetting it/about it.

    Thank you!

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    Re: foregetting

    I am not a teacher but just trying to improve my English
    I think both of them are correct , it depends on the situation where each one is involbed

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    Re: foregetting

    Either. If it is a task, then use 'I keep forgetting about it' or 'I keep forgetting to do it'; or even '[I keep meaning to do it, but] it keeps slipping my mind'. If it is a thing, 'I keep forgetting it'. In either case - this is an idiom I really like - 'I've got a mind like a sieve' ( sieve definition | - if your mind is like one, you can't hold onto an idea for long.)



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