Are you lost?
He lost his job.
You'll get lost.
She lost her way.
Tom lost his job.
We lost the game.
I seem to be lost.
I must have lost it.
She has lost weight.
You lost, didn't you?
I have lost my camera.
I have lost my wallet.
Tracy lost her glasses.
He lost his movie ticket.
We have lost sight of him.
He lost his way in the woods.
I bought a pen, but I lost it.
We must make up for lost time.
This is the watch that I'd lost.
He lost his ticket for the movie.
No matter where I go, I get lost.
I lost my ticket. What should I do?
The boy lost his way in the forest.
I lost my key somewhere around here.
We lost sight of the man in the crowd.
He got lost while walking in the woods.
All of a sudden, the clerk lost his temper.
While he was sick, he lost a lot of weight.
I bought a watch and I lost it the next day.
We lost our electricity because of the storm.
She lost her money, her family and her friends.
You have to work harder to make up for lost time.
You seem to have lost sight of original objective.
When I got home, I noticed that I had lost my wallet.
Did you find the umbrella you said you'd lost the other day?
Reading is the kind of habit that once acquired is never lost.
She asked him to read it for her because she had lost her glasses.
After she lost her job, she couldn't afford to feed her dogs, so she gave them away.