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Hello. I wrote two dialogues. Will you correct them?

No. 1

At a restaurant

M: Mmm, this strawberry shortcake looks delicious!

F: You must be kidding! Don't you remember [ Did you forget ] you're on diet?
( Q. Can I say "Do you forget ..."?)

M: Fair enough. I'll just have [ get ] ( a ) coffee.

No. 2

M: What should we move next? How about the bookshelf?

F: Good idea. Let's put it on this side.

M: You mean the side across from the table? I don't agree ( to it ).

It should be ( put ) [ should go ] in the corner.

                    Thank you. kenta
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No. 1

At a restaurant. [missing period]

M: Mmm, this strawberry shortcake looks delicious!

F: You must be kidding! Don't you remember [ Did you forget ] you're on a diet?
( Q. Can I say "Do you forget ..."? Not impossible, but not very natural to me.)

M: Fair enough. I'll just have [ get ] ( a ) coffee.

No. 2

M: What should we move next? How about the bookshelf?

F: Good idea. Let's put it on this side.

M: You mean the side across from the table? I don't agree ( to it ). -- "to it" is not conversational here.

It should be ( put ) [ should go ] in the corner. -- "It should go in the corner" is more natural to me in conversation.
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Thank you, Mr Wordy. You helped me a lot!

kenta