This page provides example sentences of the verb "Lose" in all tenses including active and passive forms, as well as conditional and modal forms.
Base Form lose / Past Simple lost / Past Participle lost / Gerund losing
Tom often loses his keys.
Present Simple Passive
The humor is lost on many people.
I am losing my mind!
Present Continuous Passive
His keys are being lost as we speak.
She hasn't lost her keys yet.
Present Perfect Passive
Her keys haven't been lost yet.
Present Perfect Continuous
They have been losing their way to our house for years!
Jack lost his wallet yesterday.
Past Simple Passive
His wallet was lost yesterday.
We were losing our way when the man showed us the way to the park.
Past Continuous Passive
Its meaning was being lost when the teacher explained again.
They had lost their keys and couldn't get into the house.
Past Perfect Passive
Their keys had been lost and they couldn't get into the house.
Past Perfect Continuous
We had been losing things for years when we decided to tag everything.
She will lose the game.
Future (will) passive
The game will be lost.
Future (going to)
Be careful! You are going to lose your wallet.
Future (going to) passive
Be careful! Your wallet is going to be lost.
I hope we won't be losing our way this time tomorrow.
She will have lost her way again by the end of the day.
She might lose her keys.
If she loses the game she will cry.
If she lost the game she would cry.
Past Unreal Conditional
If she had lost the game she would have cried.
You can lose the game. It's OK.
She must have lost the game.