MISS OR LOSE? CONFUSING VERBS (LOW B2)

maxresdefault-2Today you can read this in the news:

“FERNANDO ALONSO WILL MISS THE FIRST RACE”.  (MISSING AN EVENT)

HOW DIFFERENT WOULD IT BE “FERNANDO ALONSO WILL LOSE THE FIRST RACE”?

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Posted on March 5, 2015, in WORDS, DON´T COME EASY! (VOCABULARY) and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Thank you! In my case, I think it’s truly useful because sometimes I couldn’t see the difference between them.

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  2. I was thinking of you when I wrote this post and I am glad if you know understand it a little bit better.

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  3. Yes, there is a big difference between ‘Alonso will miss the race’ and ‘Alonso will lose the race’ but, unfortunately, both of them are correct, because I’m sure that even if he drove in Australia he wouldn’t win the Grand Prix. We’ll see in Malysia.

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