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1. I followed as much as I could of his arguments but then I gave up because I'd completely lost ________ of what he was saying.


2. I must ________ your pardon, I mistook you for somebody else.


3. As she was walking across the tight rope at the circus she lost her ________ and fell to the ground.


4. You can ________ on me for your support.


5. The important key to success in this business is strong management because if you lose your ________ then you're in real trouble.



6. She panicked when she skidded on the ice, lost her ________ and crashed into the tree.


7. Please don't lose ________ because I'm sure you'll succeed in the end.


8. The trouble with him is that if you push him too far, he's likely to shout at you and lose his ________ .


9. There's no harm in trying your luck there because after all you have ________ to lose.


10. We haven't made any progress this year and are in a sense going backwards and losing ________ .


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