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Be careful not to loose your money.
Be careful not to lose your money.

Lose (with one o) is the common verb meaning not to be able to find. Loose (with double o) is an adjective meaning unfastened, free: The horse was loose in the field.

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Mike had plenty of work to do.
Mike had plenty work to do.

Plenty isn't an adjective, but a noun meaning a large number or amount. The adjective is plentiful: Oranges are cheap now because they are plentiful

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The poor man isn't able to pay
The poor man doesn't able to pay.

Able is an adjective, and we can't use it as a verb.

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My leg is paining.
There's a pain in my leg.

We generally use pain as a noun, and precede it by have or feel.

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My bicycle is worth £150.
My bicycle worths £150.

Worth isn't a verb, but an adjective.

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