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  • Hello guys, let's have a spelling test.

  • I'm going to tell you two words and I want you to tell me about their spelling.

  • The first word is choose now.

  • What's the correct spelling.

  • Number one.

  • Number two or number three mm Second word.

  • Now lose again wants the correct spelling.

  • Got it.

  • Okay.

  • Well the answer, the correct answer was No.

  • two in both cases.

  • If you got that wrong, please keep watching.

  • Mhm Hello guys, my name is funny and in this video we're going to focus on to verbs true's and lose.

  • Now let's have a look at a few sentences.

  • First I made my choice.

  • I choose spaghetti.

  • Now the verb choose as you know, um, means making a choice and the spelling is with double.

  • Oh okay.

  • There are two Os in the virtues, present tense.

  • I chose pastor yesterday.

  • Now the difference is now it's past tense and the verb in its past form only has one.

  • Oh and it's pronounced chose okay, so choose present tense, chose past tense.

  • But then if we take the second sentence and we say, I try not to And I suppose you're gonna tell me lows because there's only one.

  • Oh well no guys, I'm sorry.

  • English pronunciation is really hard but the sound is the same as choose.

  • Okay, I try not to lose anything when I travel.

  • So there is only one.

  • Oh, but it's pronounced lose but I lost my wallet when I went to Egypt.

  • This is the past form of lose.

  • Lost.

  • Okay, so try and remember choose chose.

  • So two Os 10 and lose.

  • Lost with only one.

  • Oh okay.

  • I hope this is clear.

  • Let's now go back to our spelling test.

  • Okay guys, I know you're going to do better this time.

  • So my first verb is true's what's the correct spelling?

  • Number one?

  • Number two or number three.

  • It's # one, of course.

  • And the second verb is lose.

  • What's the correct spelling?

  • Yes.

  • Good.

  • It's number three.

  • I'm sure you had the right answers.

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  • I hope it has helped you.

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Hello guys, let's have a spelling test.

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A2 spelling lose choose chose tense correct

Choose vs Lose Pronunciation, Meaning, Grammar with Example English Sentences

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/12/02
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