John and Peter are waiting for their flight at an airport. When the time comes to board the flight, Peter suddenly realizes that he can't find his wallet anywhere. He starts panicking. The following dialog takes place between him and John.
Peter: "John, I can't find my wallet anywhere! Have you seen it? John!? John!?"
John: "Just calm down and go. Nobody's going to cancel the flight because [you've lost]/[you lost] it."
Are both options correct in this case? Thanks.
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