Language Activator – Practice

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Language Activator – Practice

اغلب دیکشنری ها لغاتی را مترادف یک لغت معرفی میکنند. اما آیا تمامی مترادفهای یک لغت صد در صد معنای همان لغت را القا میکنند؟ مسلماً خیر. در این بخش از آفرینش اکتیوتر لغات هم معنی و یا نزدیک به لغت practice را بررسی خواهیم کرد

practice

(intransitive/transitive verb)

: to do an activity and repeat it a lot in order to get better at it

.I’m learning how to play the piano, and I try to practice every day

.Practicing karate twice a week might be enough, but you should try to do it a bit more

.We’re going to Paris for a week in summer, so that Bill can practice his French

practice doing something

.Practice speaking slowly and clearly

practice for

.When I was practicing for the competition, I spent eight hours a day in the conservatory practice rooms

practice on somebody/something

.I always wanted to be a hairdresser, and used to practice on my friends

train

(intransitive verb)

: to prepare for a race or game by exercising and practicing

.If you’re really going to run in the marathon, you need to start training now

.In the winter months, she trains in Montana

train for

.Tyson is training for the big fight next week

be in training

(verb phrase)

especially British to be in the period before a sports event or competition when you practice a particular sport or physical activity in a planned and controlled way

.When I’m in training I spend at least four hours a day at the swimming pool

be in training for

.He’s currently in training for an important race

work on

(transitive verb)

to practice a particular skill that you need to play a sport, a musical instrument etc, so that your whole performance improves

.Your tennis playing is getting better, but you need to work on your serve

.Scales and finger exercises are the areas to work on if you want to improve your technique

work at

(transitive verb)

: to practice something over a long period of time and with a lot of effort in order to achieve a high enough standard

.You’ll have to really work at it if you want to be a professional dancer

.Learning another language is never easy, but if you work at it you’ll soon get results

rehearse

(intransitive/transitive verb)

: to practice something such as a play or concert, so that it is ready to be performed for the public

.The director made us rehearse the opening scenes over and over

.The band has been rehearsing at the studio all day

rehearse for

.’He is currently in New York rehearsing for ‘The Taming of the Shrew

go/run through

(transitive phrasal verb)

: to practice something such as a play, speech, or piece of music by reading or playing it from start to finish

.I promised to hear her go through her speech

.Let’s go through it just once more

.We went through the whole symphony four times, and he still wasn’t satisfied

keep your hand in

(verb phrase)

to practice something just enough to still be good at it but not enough to improve, especially when you no longer do it regularly

.He still comes around the gym occasionally, just to keep his hand in

.Although she has retired now, she keeps her hand in by giving her grandchildren music lessons

:Practice

: Fill in the blanks with appropriate words

keep your hand in / rehearse / work (2) / be in training for / train / practice

.N1. The director made us ……………… the opening scenes over and over
.N2. You’ll have to really ……………… at it if you want to be a professional dancer
.N3. Your tennis playing is getting better, but you need to ……………… on your serve
.N4. When I’m in ……………… I spend at least four hours a day at the swimming pool
.N5. He still comes around the gym occasionally, just to keep his ……………… in
.N6. I’m learning how to play the piano, and I try to ……………… every day
.N7. I promised to hear her go ……………… her speech

 

:Answers

Rehearse / work / work / training / hand / practice / through

 

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