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Topic: WHICH WORD: LOSS, LOST, LOSE, LOOSE? 1



Complete each of the following sentences with loss, lost, lose, or loose, whichever fits best.
Example: The tourists seemed lost.



1. She was at a for words.

2. I was checking to see if I had any change in my pocket.

3. The clothing he wore didn't show off his muscles.

4. The was pretty hard to take.

5. They were making up for time.

6. The bank robbers were still on the .

7. They another game last week.

8. That was their sixth consecutive .

9. If I don't go, I'll out on a great opportunity.

10. What do you have to ?








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