🏁 Loose means something that doesn’t fit properly. To lose means you’ve lost something:

She knew she was going to lose the race because her lace had come loose.

He didn’t want to lose his dog, but it had got loose and he couldn’t find it.

🎯 💻 Want to try a test?

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Yoko would often lose boyfriends when she admitted to being an android.

🚦 Loose is an adjective to mean something is not tight, or it doesn’t fit properly, or it’s free of normal restrictions. Lose is a verb meaning not to win, or to not have something anymore because it’s been lost.

🎓 There is also a very detailed explanation and test here:

https://www.grammar-quizzes.com/loose-lose.html

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