Focus on the pronunciation of forget
English definition of “forget”
/fərˈget/, /fɔr-/ v [I/T] (present participle forgetting, past tense forgot /fərˈgɑt/, /fɔr-/, past participle forgotten /fərˈgɑt·ən/, /fɔr-/ or forgot)
› to be unable to remember; fail to remember: [T] You’d better not forget your mother’s birthday. [+ (that) clause] She forgot (that) she had a dental appointment. [+ to infinitive] Don’t forget to lock the car. › To forget (about) is to stop thinking about someone or something, or to stop thinking about doing something: [T] I wish I could forget him but I can’t. [I] I’m afraid we’ll have to forget about going to the beach – it’s raining.