I chose and I choosed - Any difference between them?

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Hi. What is correct:

I choosed an option in the program OR I chose an option in the program?

Thanks in advance.
Hi,

chose

Clive
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'Choosed' does not exist.

Actually it does exist - you typed it and so did I just then.

Let's say it's it's not correct English.

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so what is the correct ?
chose

Clive
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Rover_KEActually it does exist - you typed it and so did I just then.
Emotion: rolleyes
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so..is this sentence correct " I have been choose as a chief " or I have been choosed as a chief ?
Neither is correct.
Say I have been chosen as a chief.
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The third form of word "choose" is "chosen" and It have+been+third form of verb is called passive voice of present perfect tense thus "Chosen" will be used.
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