When to use forget and forgot
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English Grammar - REMEMBER & FORGET - gerunds & infinitives
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Original Post. Hi mikitung, I think the perfect answer here is: have forgotten. The present perfect is always related to the present, but the simple past is always related to the past. At the end of this story, there is a similar quotation to your question. It says: quote:.
As a new English learner, it can be easy to forget the proper tense for irregular verbs. This page provides example sentences of the verb "Forget" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms. He often forgets to do his homework. Past Perfect. Use the verb "to forget" to conjugate the following sentences.
I was discussing some business with Jim. Suddenly, I remembered that Mr. Johnson phoned back office that morning to take a sick leave. Johnson has called sick for today. Is this sentence correct? Should I use "forget" or "forgot"?
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Hello, I came across these sentence below when I was studying some grammar. Which one is correct? Is there any difference? Would you please help me with this? Thank you in advance. For 1: I'd actually prefer "forget" in the present tense. In practice, the word "forget" is usually used like the phrase "can't remember": "I can't remember exactly when I arrived