If you skip dessert, will you forego or forgo it?
Forego is to precede or come before.
Forgo (without an “e”) is to do without.
The introductory paragraph should forego the body of your essay.
I decided to forgo buying a new car in order to save money.
In most cases, the intended word is probably forgo, but the “e” is inserted, resulting in a spelling error. (Forego is not as commonly used.)
Is “forgo” in the list of verbs which used with gerunds?
I can forgo your coming or I can forgo whether you come?
What is the past tense of ‘forgo’? I believe the present past is “I have forgone”, but is the past “I forwent”?
I enjoy English grammar, but sometimes it gets a little confusing!
Yes, I believe the past tense is forwent.