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Q: she had two choises, but she decided to not. does this sound natural?
A: “She had two choices*, but decided to not choose,” would be more appropriate. Saying “not” on its own is a little confusing; you would need to clarify what she isn’t doing.

But the sentence is interesting! :)
Q: I had two choises to do my homework or to hung out

I had two choises to do homework or not to do it.
does this sound natural?
A: I wasn't sure at first, so I looked it up. It looks like in this case, you actually wouldn't capitalize it: "I had two choices: do my homework, or hang out."

By the way, it's "choices", not "choises".

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