«De» is not strictly necessary: "No me voy a olvidar nunca (de) eso". It's exactly like saying "I will never forget (about) that". Both "about" in the English sentence and "de" in the Spanish one can be omitted when preceded by the verb to forget (olvidar).
Yes,"de" is not strictly necessary: But in Spanish you have to change the sentence omitting "me" the next way " No voy a olvidar nunca eso" or best "Eso,nunca lo voy a olvidar" . In this moment, I don't know the grammatical explanation
http://www.fundeu.es/noticia/la-esquina-del-idioma-olvidar-4356/ http://www.hispanoteca.eu/Foro-preguntas/ARCHIVO-Foro/Olvidar%20y%20olvidarse%20de.htm (...)El verbo olvidar lleva complemento preposicional introducido por la preposición de solamente en su uso pronominal: olvidarse de. En este caso, la preposición de precede al complemento, sea éste un sustantivo, un infinitivo o una oración subordinada:(...)
Why is the ME necessary. It seems like the translation is "I will never forget myself that." I know Im a novice at Spanish but please xplain. Somebody
Judging by your level I'm sure you know this by now, but just in case anyone else is wondering this. It looks like Olvidar and Olvidarse are regular and reflexive verbs that mean the same thing, and their usage only varies with location. Here's the link I found http://myspanishnotes.blogspot.co.uk/2008/07/me-olvide-olvidar-vs-olvidarse.html
I looked at the link and all of the examples used the ovidarse form. When is ovidar (without the se) ever used? Anyone?
it always depends if you are using the "tuteo" that is often used, a way to use the "olvidar" without the "se" is changing the order of the phrase, example, "que no SE TE vaya a olvidar..." if you have some tipe of relationship, or know that person if not, you can't use the "tuteo" that is the "te, nos... normally the verb that have in the end "s" like habla"s"..." when we talk formally like to your emplyer or when you are mad with someone then you use it like this "que no SE LE vaya a olvidar..." but you only have to change the order or more likely use the formal order of the componsition of the spanish sentence that is like this: Subject, Verb, and the predicate. it could go like this "Que ne se le vaya a olvidar..." like this or "que no se le olvide..." it always can be arranged like that.
Why I'll never forget of that. I had I'll never forget that. The of makes no sense in English to me. I am not a native speaker in English but it sounds really weird and doesn't seem to serve a purpose
Correct. I'll never forget that is a reasonable translation. I guess they were just looking for "I'm never going to forget that". Did it pop up with a suggestion that included "of"?
They gave "I'll never forget of that" as a translation which corrected my written "I'll never forget that". Makes no sense to me. I already reported it
I think "I am never going to forget about that" is a better translation - substituting "about" for "of."
Put your tongue on your upper front teeth for the L, D, and R. The V is more like B, and in some places, the same thing. Once you can say it, you can hear it.
No, because in this case "nunca " es una forma de énfatizar el olvidar:.Quiere decir que eso lo voy a olvidar por siempre. Absolutly, not only now, but now and forever.
even though I got the right answer, it seems like a whole bunch of extra words, like a trick question.
With the right intonation and punctuation, why not? "That, I am never going to forget!" or for even more emphasis: "That, I will never forget!"
Is the 'de' to signify that eso is not the subject? I am thinking that if fit were an object pronoun we would start the sentence with 'te' etc.
I tried a response that was more literal and don't really understand why it's like using a double negative in English. I said, 'Of that I am not going to forget..' then it gets confusing. I tried saying 'not going to forget anything' knowing it wouldn't like that I didn't say never. I got it correct the first time so I can understand it generally but like I said, it doesn't work literally so I think I'm missing something. If my question makes sense, please help. Thank you