Reminder: Select and Choose Are not Synonyms
From the Apple Style Guide:
Use choose, not select, for menu items. In general, the user selects something (such as a file or disk icon, an email message, or a section of text) and then chooses a command to act on the selection.
Use select, not choose, to refer to the action users perform when they select among multiple objects—such as icons, graphic images, radio buttons, or checkboxes—or when they highlight text for editing.
People often think, mistakenly, that select is the polite or proper form of choose — but, in user-interface-world, they actually mean different things.