Which is correct forgot or forgotten?
the simple past of the verb to forget is “forgot”, while “forgotten” is the past participle of the verb. When you use a verb after “I have” or “I had”, usually it’s supposed to be in the past participle, so “I had forgotten”, although I hear native English speakers use both.
How do you use Forget forgot and forgotten in a sentence?
Forget is the present tense of the verb “to forget.” Example: I forget my cousin’s new wife’s name. Forgot is the past tense of that same verb. Example: I forgot if the movie ticket is $10 or $15. Forget is verb n forgot is the past tense of forgot.
How do you use forgotten?
Forgotten Sentence Examples
- Yeah, I’d forgotten about that.
- She glanced at the door, realizing she had forgotten to lock it.
- Someone must have forgotten something.
- In a few minutes they had forgotten about the birds.
- I expect he has forgotten me.
How do you use Forgot?
‘Forgot’ is the past tense of ‘forget’, and that is the only difference between them. So “I forget your name” means that right now I am forgetting (i.e. not remembering) your name.
How do you use forgotten in a sentence?
I had forgotten that I was going to read a book, when the guests came home and we started talking to each other.
Had forgot had forgotten?
Aug 28, 2010 “I had forgot” is generally considered bad grammar, at least in my part of the US, because the correct past participle of “forgot” is “forgotten”.
Is there a word forgotten?
Forgotten is the past participle of forget.
Is Forgotten correct word?
What is a sentence for forgotten?
I had completely forgotten about it. I had forgotten all about it. He seemed to have forgotten me. Sir, I bring my book to school everyday but I have forgotten to bring it today.
What is the sentence of Forgotten?
Has forgotten or had forgot?
Forgot is the simple past: “The waiter forgot us.” You don’t use the simple past with have or had to form the perfect tenses. Forgotten is the past participle: “The waiter has forgotten us/ had forgotten us.” You use the past participle to form the perfect tenses.
What is the difference between forgot and forgotten?
Forgot is the simple past tense of forget. Whereas, forgotten is the past participle of forget. Forgot is the past tense of forget. To forget is an act of not remembering something.
What is the past tense of forget?
Forgot is the past tense of forget. To forget is an act of not remembering something. It is a state when something gets missed from the mind. Forgot is used when the act of forgetting is addressed in the past.
What is the past participle form of’I have forgotten’?
In standard BrE, it would be “I have forgotten” (not “I have forgot”). However, “forgot” is used as the past participle in some literary contexts (e.g. 19th century poems). NanakiXIII Thanks, Goodman.
How do you use forgot in a sentence?
Forgot is used when the act of forgetting is addressed in the past. Forgot is also used as past participle of forget. For example, Martha forgot to bring her book. In this sentence, Martha has completed the act of forgetting her book.