selection 選択

October 26, 2015 =========
☆ selection 選択
Today’s word is the noun version of the word we talked about yesterday (choose/select/pick). When we turn “select” into a noun from a verb, it becomes “selection.” Choose becomes choice, and pick is the same; pick. “
The words are similar in meaning and “selection” means a set of things that have been selected from a larger group. For example:
The school concert included a selection of songs from Michael Jackson.
The children have to go through a tough selection test to enter the team.
Everyone was happy with the president’s selection of Mr. Smith for CEO.
Can you use “selection” in a sentence?