"Loose" vs "Lose" - Are you making one of the most commonly used Grammar mistakes?steemCreated with Sketch.

in poetry •  7 months ago

To those of us that take Grammar seriously, the common incorrect usage of "loose" vs "lose" sounds like nails on a chalkboard. It's time to take your writing to the next level. Are you using the right word?

Lose

  • Definition - a verb meaning to be deprived of or to cease ownership
  • Example - "Never invest more money in cryptocurrency than you can afford to lose."

Loose

  • Definition - an adjective describing something that does not fit well
  • Example - "His pants are always falling down on him and are therefore too loose."
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