What is the past tense of forget about?

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The past tense of forget about is forgot about.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of forget about is forgets about.

The present participle of forget about is forgetting about.

The past participle of forget about is forgotten about.

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Mark then completely forgot about his cruller and headed for his dressing room.
There was supposed to be triple choc ice cream for pud but I forgot about it!
That's fine, I'll have a good time goofing around with Marco and Tim, I thought, and just about forgot about Scott and his wiggly dance.
We forgot about the people who ate beef and didn't want to spend six hours making a pot roast.
It eventuated that one of the mums had been cooking some chocolate crackles in an oven in the hall, and she forgot about them.
I kick indifferently among the jetsam that has sedimented up against the curb somebody once painted white and then forgot about.
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