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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116686: Lose or Loose
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    Lose or Loose


    Lose or Loose
    Complete each sentence with the word lose or loose.

    Lose is a verb meaning to misplace or no longer possess.

    Loose   is  an adjective meaning not firm, not tight, not contained.






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    1. Ben has a tooth.

    2. The hamster is so cute. Don't her now.

    3. There are papers in the bag.

    4. Don't your temper.

    5. Our mothers their car keys lots of times.

    6. The boy is wearing pants.

    7. The dog is in the neighbourhood.

    8. The soccer team does not want to the match.

    9. Win or , this is the best game we ever played.

    10. Dad wears his tie quite.









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