Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Choose"

The meaning of "Choose" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does ”I couldn't but I chose not to“ mean?
A: It contradicts itself. It should be.
”I could've, but I chose not to“
That is an easy mistake to make when using spell check.
Q: What does choose mean?
A: Wybierz /wybieraj. Przykład: you have to choose between these two colours. (musisz wybrać między tymi dwoma kolorami)
Q: What does chose mean?
A: Chose

tʃəʊz/

past of choose
Q: What does chose mean?
A: it means you picked something by your own decision and in the past tense
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Example sentences using "Choose"

Q: Please show me example sentences with choose..
A: thank you.
Q: Please show me example sentences with why can’t i choose “D”?.
A: Because this is talking about an event in the past that did not happen, you have to use the past-perfect tense for the "if" part of the sentence, and the "would have + past participle" for the second part of the sentence. It's confusing, but if it makes you feel any better, most native English speakers don't worry about this, and it might even vanish from the language in a few generations.
Q: Please show me example sentences with choose .
A: "You can't choose to do both at once."
"Sometimes it is hard to choose who you will trust with your heart."
"You always choose the easy way out, don't you?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with choose .
A: I choose not to go to school when I'm sick because I can get other people sick and choose to not spred sickness

Synonyms of "Choose" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between choose and select ?
A:
Yes... @A106703 is correct .. CHOOSE and SELECT mean the same thing and both refer Choose as a verb, is used when you pick from many things, places or people

Select is to pick but with a "privilige" choice of options

Ex-- I choose to go to Russia .
I chose the red bag over the blue one

Ex These are the candidates selected from the group.
These are your selections from the choices above.

Choice is to pick
Select is to pick from a choice
Q: What is the difference between choose and choice ?
A:
Choice is a related term of choose.
As nouns the difference between choice and choose is that choice is an option; a decision; an opportunity to choose or select something while choose is (dialectal|or|obsolete) the act of choosing; selection.

As a adjective choice is especially good or preferred.

As a verb choose is to pick; to make the choice of; to select.
As a conjunction choose is (mathematics) the binomial coefficient of the previous and following number
Q: What is the difference between choose one out of many and choose one from many
?
A: I don't think there is much difference, you can say "You can choose on out of many" or "you can choose one from many". But, in the UK we often use "a lot" instead of "many" for example, "You can choose from a lot of toys" instead of "You can choose from many toys".
Q: What is the difference between choose and choice ?
A: Example: I made a choice.
These are your choices.
The choice is yours.

It's hard to choose.
I'm going to choose this one.
Who gets to choose?
Q: What is the difference between choose and select ?
A: In common usage they pretty much mean the same thing and can be used almost interchangeably.

There are however some cases where you can't use "select", like when talking about actions you do or did.

"I chose to go home" (right)
"I selected to go home" (wrong)

Choose is more common since "select" has a slightly more 'formal' feel to it.

This question is a bit difficult to anwser. I think you will learn the difference with time, so don't worry about it. You can almost always use "choose" if you're not sure which one to use.

Translations of "Choose"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? You can choose however much you’d like to put in. ←ガソリンを入れるときにこの文で合っていますか?
A: 合ってます。"put in"より"fill up"の方が自然だと思います
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Why should I choose (A)?
A: No, it is not grammatically correct.

It is a little bit difficult to explain why, but you can see it always said "decided" (simple past) and then the grammar requires in this case "past progressive" because the activity is continuous.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? choose
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? choose
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I chose for you
A: Do you mean to say: I chose it for you / I chose this for you? Or do you mean you chose the person?

Other questions about "Choose"

Q: I will choose this present for my own. does this sound natural?
A: Sure!
-I️ decided to cheat for my own benefit since I knew that I️ would pass the test with an A that way.
-I️ wanted an air freshener for my own car since my mom’s car already had one.
- I️ would only buy something expensive for my own child and not anyone else’s because I know for a fact that my child deserves it.
Q: Why I can't choose (A)?
A: Because "the rest of the paperwork" is singular, whereas "them" implies a plural form of the original word.

E.g. What about our school assignments (plural)?
We can finish them (plural too) later.
Q: chosen does this sound natural?
A: The “o” is dragged out a little bit, try to say it a bit quicker
Q: which one to choose and why
A: D) one of the two men who work with my brother has an expensive ... or - of the two men who work with my brother, one has an expensive ...(of the two men who work ie. they work . one (singular ) has an ...
Q: which one should I choose for Q33?
A: "have seen"

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