This week you can practise using the irregular verb: to choose
When you are writing, being careful to spell it correctly:
To choose past simple: chose past participle: chosen
She liked both the dresses, but she chose the red one.
They chose a small hotel by the sea.
Which books did you choose?
We’ve chosen to visit London instead of Oxford.
They’ve chosen the most expensive car.
I’ve chosen to stay for 3 nights instead of 4.
Noun: a choice
You can fly or drive, it’s your choice.
He made the right choice, it was a good decision.
They had no choice but to walk all the way home.