"No 'me' olvidare" or just 'No olvidare'. Does 'me' ever mean 'I'?

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Trying to say 'I will not forget'.

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updated AGO 9, 2010
posted by Ruth-Bishop

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It depends on what you will not forget.. Let's see some ex.

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Esta vez no me olvidaré de comprar azúcar (This time I will not forget to buy sugar)

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Esta vez no olvidaré comprar azúcar

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No me olvides (Don't forget me -Forget me not? can you say that?) (meaning "a mi") but

No olvides a tu madre (Don't forget your mother)

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I will not forget = No lo olvidaré

updated AGO 9, 2010
edited by Benz
posted by Benz
Thanks! That helps.
Don't forget me is more common, Forget me not works well in my book.
Thanks LateToDinner!!!! Siempre tuve esa duda... ;)