Lose Your Temper – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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LOSE YOUR TEMPER
When you lose your temper, you become angry or upset with someone or something. Remember, lose is an irregular verb and the three parts are lose, lost, and lost.

  • I always lose my temper when I drive in traffic.
  • I lost my temper when the boss said that nobody would recieve the bonus that we were expecting.
  • I’m going to lose my temper if you don’t apologize!

How about you? Have you lost your temper recently?
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