I am always confused about these words. choose, chose, lose, loose.
here I have found the correct meaning so I will be carefull. I wish to share with my readers.
(once a teacher always a teacher)
Choose: verb, present tense
Chose: verb, past tense
(Choose, chose, chosen)
Lose: verb, to misplace something or be defeated
Loose: adjective, when something is not securely fastened – not related at all, in any way, shape, or form,
(past tense of lose is lost) (Lose, lost, lost)
examples: I will choose mango whenever I’m offered mango and apple together.
I chose you from so many suitors because of your simplicity.
I will lose this match if I am not very determined.
We lost because of a biased referee.
The cap of the thermos bottle was rather loose so the tea dripped all the way to the park.