First, thank you userr2684291 for reminding me of the web site's name.
Here is the situation: I couldn't remember the name of LXXX-8 web site, so I went to the chatroom to get some help. (I don't know whether advertisement is allowed here or not, so I put XXX in the web site's name)
Could you remind me the web site's name please?
It is a web site that you can write some sentences, and some other users will come to help
you check your grammar.
ColleenV once told me the web site's name, but I have forgotten
I felt like using simple present tense in the last sentence, but my hands was typing the sentence in present perfect tense.
I think simple present tense is also correct, but I don't know how to explain it to myself that which one is the better.
ColleenV once told me the web site's name, but I forget it now
I am sorry, moderators.
I have read the suggested answer in the given link, but
I do not understand how it can help me solve my question. I would like to know which of the tenses is the better in the given situation.
I need help. And which one sounds more natural to your native ears?
"I have forgotten" or "I forget it now"