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2. The students paired off to practise their conversational skills.
3. Practise reversing the car into the garage.
4. You need to practise putting .
5. Find a partner and practise these new dance steps.
6. A lot of couples now practise contraception.
7. He used to practise usury frequently.
8. You need to practise every day.
9. He usually wants to practise his English on me.
10. For most citizens, liberty means the freedom to practise their religious or political beliefs.
11. In the 1930s he was forbidden to practise his profession.
12. My son is always unwilling to practise upon the piano as regularly as he should have done.
13. It will be a splendid opportunity to practise your Spanish.
13. Sentencedict.com try its best to collect and make good sentences.
14. Knowledge is a measure, but practise is the key to it.
15. Our income has decreased and now we must practise strict economy.
16. You don't practise enough.
17. They moved the furniture back to practise their dance routine.
18. To this day young Zulu boys practise fighting.
19. They righteously maintain that they do not practise rationing.
20. We should increase production and practise strict economy.
21. Today we're going to practise parking.
22. Practise throwing the ball into the net.
23. In Belgium only qualified doctors may practise alternative medicine.
24. Jews and Moslems practise circumcision for religious reasons.
25. Practise the breathing techniques until they become automatic.
26. He will practise against you by poison.
27. You must practise your scales every day.
28. Aspiring musicians must practise many hours a day.
29. The trip to Paris will be an ideal opportunity to practise my French.
30. I'm quite good at tennis but I need to practise my serve.
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