It's OK to feel like you do and I'm very sorry you are going through this. You are going through a grieving process, so for now, just ride with it. Try starting out by going out with friends and trying to enjoy yourself a little. Believe it or not most of us on this board have lost someone we loved very much, but the good part of it all is, we do get over it and move on. There is a special someone out there for you, so don't waste too much time grieving over your ex girlfriend. If you two are meant to be together then you will be. I love this quote ... "It's better to have loved, then to have never loved at all." Good luck Marcy
If your in love and its your first love you'll never forget him. I never forgot my first love. We met and fell in love but he became famous and moved away and we ended up sort of drifting apart but I never forgot him. Even now, after 53 years. Your first love will always hold a place in your heart. So my answer is, you can't forget that boy if he means that much. Never.
forget, forgot, forgetting__________No, the standard three forms are: forget - forgot - forgotten.
Depends. You forgot is a simple statement of fact. You forgot to be some milk. You did forget is used for emphasis. Oh, did I? Yes. I can't believe it. You did forget!
forgot is the past tense of forget
forgotten forget forgot forgotten
I think the past is forgot and the past participle is forgottenforget / forgot / forgotten
Yes, it is. It is a a past tense of forget.
The song phrase though you forgot about me I can't forget about you is from the song Something You Forgot. This was sang by Lil Wayne.
I forget is used when an action is happening in the present-- right now. I forget where my keys are. I forgot is used when an action happened in the past. I forgot my book, and the teacher was upset with me.
Forgot is the past tense of forget. There is no past tense of forgot, forgot IS past tense.
forgot is a verb because you can forget to do something.
Forgot is the simple past tense of forget. To use forget as a past participle you would say forgotten.
The three standard tenses are forget, forgot, forgotten.
no they dont forget easily
No, the word 'forgot' is not a noun, it is the past tense of the verb forget (forgets, forgetting, forgot, forgotten).The abstract noun form for the verb to forget is the gerund, forgetting.
forgot like i forgot to do my homework last night
Forgot is a verb. It's the past tense of forget.
infinitive: forget past: forgot past participle: forgotten
The past tense of the word forget is the word "forgot".