How do we say correctly the following?

For not to forget about it he wrote a reminder to his agenda.

for not to forget sounds strange, what is the correct way to say it?


There are lots of possibilities, including the following:

So as not to forget (about it)
In order not to forget (about it)
To remind himself (about it)
To remember/recall/recollect

But for not to forget is NOT colloquial, as you note.

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