1-19. I forgot to order it


Repeat after the tutor. 

  • I forgot to ask you.
  • We forgot to hide this box.
  • She forgot to bring the file.
  • I didn’t forget to close the window.
  • They didn’t forget to come to my party.
  • They forgot to mention her achievements.
  • Don’t forget to wash your hands.
  • Don’t forget to buy a gift for him.
  • Don’t forget to call me later.
  • Don’t forget to lock the front door!
  • Did you forget my warning to protect them?
  • Did Judy forget to take her umbrella?
  • I forgot to bring my ID.
  • I forgot to cancel your sandwich order.
  • She forgot to buy socks.
  • They forgot to practice this lesson.
  • Kay forgot to turn off his computer.


Here are some grammar tips. 


Go over the following vocabulary and expressions with your tutor. Use the illustration above if needed.

Vocabulary/ Expressions

Expression Definition
turn off (idiom) off to make a machine or piece of electrical equipment such as a television, engine, light etc
e.g. I forgot to turn off the oven. 
lock (v) to fasten (something) with a lock
e.g. She forgot to lock her door. 
passport (n) an official document issued by the government of a country that identifies someone as a citizen of that country and that is usually necessary when entering or leaving a country
e.g. He did not forget to bring his passport to the airport. 
cancel (v) to stop doing or planning to do (something); to decide that something (such as a game, performance, etc.) will not happen
e.g. Don’t forget to cancel the party next week. 
practice (v) to do something again and again in order to become better at it
e.g. She always forgot to practice the piano before her lesson.  
sandwich (n) two pieces of bread with something (such as meat, peanut butter, etc.) between them
e.g. He forgot to bring the sandwich he made for lunch. 
protect (v) to keep (someone or something) from being harmed, lost, etc.
e.g. Did you forgot to protect me from that dog? 
decide (v) to make a choice about (something); to choose (something) after thinking about it
e.g. He didn’t forget what sweater he decided to wear today. 
achievement (n) accomplishment; something accomplished, especially by superior ability, special effort, great courage, etc.
e.g. I forgot that you had that achievement in soccer. 
prepare (v) to make (someone or something) ready for some activity, purpose, use, etc.
e.g. She forgot to prepare the food for the party. 


Go over the following exercise with your tutors. 

  1. Make a sentence.
    1. my / essay / prepare / to / I / forgot / .
    2. chapter / this / forgot / they / to / study / .
    3. a / cake / forget / they / to / didn’t / buy / .
    4. to / don’t / forget / your / passport / bring / .
    5. your / key / you / did / forget / bring / to / ?
  2. Correct the following sentences. 
    1. I forget to order your coffee.
    2. I forgot not to go to the seminar.
    3. Don’t forget to call me yesterday.
    4. Don’t forget buying something for her.
    5. Did they forgot to leave a message?
  3. Answer the following questions.
    1. What did you forget to do today?
    2. What do you normally forget to bring in the morning?
    3. What are some things that you should not forget when traveling?
  4. (Homework) Write a paragraph.
    1. Write 10 sentences using the grammar you learned today.
    2. In your opinion, what is the most important characteristic (for example, honesty, intelligence, a sense of humor) that a person can have to be successful in life?
    3. If you were asked to send one thing representing your country to an international exhibition, what would you choose?


Go over any new expressions or vocabulary that you learned today.

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