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How many hours a day do you practice the piano?
Practice putting up your tent in the yard a few times before going camping.
I’ve been practicing hard for the recital for months.
Can I practice my Spanish on you?
Mike’s been practicing hard for his performance in June.
The early settlers seem to have practiced farming as well as hunting and fishing.
She lives in Seattle, where she practices law.
He completed his medical training but has never practiced.
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