Lose or Loose?

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Lose or Loose?

Postby Freja » Tue Jun 14, 2016 5:49 pm

These are two simple words that we make mistakes about when we're writing

When do you use Lose?
Lose, with a single 'o' talks about a loss.The easiest way to remember it, is associate it with the word 'loss'. Loss and Lose! .

When do you use Loose?
Loose is the opposite of tight. An easy way to remember it is that it has two Os.

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