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choice vs. chosen #1 (permalink) Mon Feb 05, 2007 0:17 am   choice vs. chosen
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #54 "Chit Chat: At the bus stop", question 4

Linda: Nothing really but there is more ......... in the town.

(a) choosing
(b) choose
(c) chosen
(d) choice

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #54 "Chit Chat: At the bus stop", answer 4

Linda: Nothing really but there is more choice in the town.

Correct answer: (d) choice

Your answer was: incorrect
Linda: Nothing really but there is more chosen in the town.
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why we use choice?

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choice vs. chosen #2 (permalink) Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:27 am   choice vs. chosen
 

Hi,

'Choice' here means selecrion -the things from which you can choose.

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choice vs. chosen #3 (permalink) Thu Nov 27, 2008 3:40 am   choice vs. chosen
 

Sorry, I can not much understand :(
Choice is a countable noun. I think that " There are more choices " is right :| .. why we write " there is more choices " :-/
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choice vs. chosen #4 (permalink) Fri Dec 04, 2009 15:33 pm   choice vs. chosen
 

I agree with Juna. As far as I know, "choice" is a countable noun. Could you give more explanations?
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choice vs. chosen #5 (permalink) Sat Dec 05, 2009 5:02 am   choice vs. chosen
 

Hello guys,

Choice is noun meaning selection or adj. meaning of fine quality.

She ended up broke. It's her choice anyway.
also adj. I showed him my choice clothes.
I don't have any choice but to obey.
You were given a choice, why did you make a dumb decision?
At the ABC Center, we offer you wide choices of clothes, foods, entertainment and other items.

Chosen is a past participle of "choose"--- could be associated with "had, has, have."
I have chosen the best part.
or She was chosen as the next student government representative.
Don't give up on your chosen profession.
We have a list of restaurants for your chosen tour destination.
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