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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #5989: Lose and Miss
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    Lose and Miss


    Lose and Miss

     

    - Usually you miss something which happens, such as an event, a train leaving, or an opportunity.

     

    - Usually you lose a thing.

     


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    1. I the fast train to Paris.

    2. I suddenly noticed I was my wallet.

    3. My best friend lives in Paris. I her a lot.

    4. When he told me he couldn't pay me, I my temper.

    5. Stephanie and Dave are . Why aren't they here?

    6. Take a map so you don't get .

    7. You'll your train if you don't hurry up.

    8. At least 800 staff will their jobs if the firm closes.

    9. My friend is trying to weight.

    10. You can keep that book, I won't it

    11. My office is first on the right with a black door. You can't it

    12. He his leg in a car accident.

    13. Oh no! My credit card is from my wallet.









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