Wed, 22 October 2014
Today we discuss a big mistake you’re making with "miss" and "lose" when you talk about missing the bus in English!
If you take the bus or train, what do you say when you discover it has already come and gone without you?
“I lost the bus,” is a common mistake. The problem with saying this is that it suggests you owned the bus, but no longer know where it is. A person can lose their keys or their wallet, but they can only lose their bus if they’re a bus driver!
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Category:All Ears English -- posted at: 1:00am EST