She practises piano every morning.
If you want to improve you must practise.
It has become common practise to employ foreigners working abroad from Asian countries as maids.
That's just standard practise, it's not like they're cutting corners.
Just getting one-to-one guidance was enough to make it an extremely fulfilling practise session.
You need to practise more.
He sometimes practises at home too.
You should practise introducing yourself.
the more you practise speaking english the more fluent you’ll get
I practise speaking english.
His written French is very good but he needs to practise speaking it.
Paulina had a chance to practise speaking German when she went to Austria.
I practise judo twice a week.
It is normal practise to contact the company's home office in these kinds of cases.
Angielskie słowo "ćwiczyć" (practise) występuje w zestawach:English File Elementary Unit 5 /QuizletEVERYDAY ACTIVITIES/ FREE TIME ACTIVITIES UNIT 5repetytorium ŻYCIE RODZINNE I TOWARZYSKIEŻycie towarzyskie i rodzinne macmillan unit 5UNIT 1 ważne czasowniki!!!
2. work out
I go to the gym ten times every week to work out.
Don't worry, everything will work out!
Do you find it easy to work out what's happening when you watch a film in English?
work out at the gym
The plan didn't work out.
You have to eat sensibly, buy a treadmill, work out. / Go work out, stop bothering me! / I think that this can all work out.
I hope your idea will work out and we'll win. My new worker worked out so I promoted him. Let's try this solution and see if it works out. If our plan works out, we'll become millionaires.
The situation will work out soon. Don't worry about my problems, I'll work them out.
He works out at the gym every day. She works out to be in shape. You should work out at least twice a week.
I don't know what it means, I have to work it out. Holidays didn't work out.
Economists have tried to work out an alternative economic system
If it doesn’t work out, you can always come back here.
Ah, things'll work out for you.
The weekend didn't work out exactly as they were expecting
You can work out the answer by adding these figures together.
Angielskie słowo "ćwiczyć" (work out) występuje w zestawach:UNIT 10 part III macmillanSłownik tematyczny 10, część 2Other / Inne Unit 10Feelings, emotions and interests / Uczucia, emocje...Niepełnosprawności, Zawody (medycyna), Idiomy, Zdr...
3. do exercise
I hardly ever do exercise.
In order to lose weight, you need to do exercise and keep a diet.
Angielskie słowo "ćwiczyć" (do exercise) występuje w zestawach:English File Elementary Unit 4 /QuizletEnglish file pre-intermediate Third edition - File 4Speakout Intermediate Unit 1 DominikaUNIT 3 oraz present simpleUnit 4b - everyday activities
Don't just read books. Go outside once in a while and get some exercise.
The reason Tom is fat is because he eats too much and doesn't get enough exercise.
Please exercise every caution against cowboy salesmen of water purifiers and fraudulent-test sales.
That exercise - backs together, link arms, one bends forwards while the other stretches their back - we did that a lot as children, didn't we?
In Japan, due partly to the fitness boom that began from around 2000, 'dumbbell training' also appeared as a way to exercise at home.
Great men are almost always bad men, even when they exercise influence and not authority.
Belinda tried strict diets, grueling exercise routines, and some sort of esoteric New Age detox, all amounting to nothing--she had curves, and that was that.
Advocates of capitalism are very apt to appeal to the sacred principles of liberty, which are embodied in one maxim: The fortunate must not be restrained in the exercise of tyranny over the unfortunate.
After business came to a halt, many bathhouses added new facilities, such as saunas and exercise equipment, in an effort to attract customers.
Swimming is my favourite form of exercise. Let's do some stretching exercises to start with.
My time for these exercise and reading was at night, after work or before it began in the morning, or on Sundays.
As for physical exercise, although I loathe most sports (I think they're really boring), I do like going to the gym to lift weights.
At this time of day, most customers are adults here to exercise, there aren't that many kids.
Angielskie słowo "ćwiczyć" (exercise) występuje w zestawach:Must know:) to do your best during Matura ExamEnterprise 1 - Companion - Unit 4tekst str. 56 The human brainUnit 1 - słówka - część 1Angielski - słówka 10
5. take exercise
Angielskie słowo "ćwiczyć" (take exercise) występuje w zestawach:Profim BLS - lesson 8Bank słów repetytorium 11ludzkie cialotest 3 (zdrowie)bank słów 21
6. do some exercise
I must do some exercise.
Angielskie słowo "ćwiczyć" (do some exercise) występuje w zestawach:wyrażenia z make i doUnit 2 - It's your lifeAngielski dział 4zwroty unit 1-5rozdział czwarty
7. to train
to train the employees
I want you to train our football team.
Professional sportspeople have to train every day.
Angielskie słowo "ćwiczyć" (to train) występuje w zestawach:inne slowka angielski123
I believe in exercising regularly.
It is refreshing to take a shower after exercising.
I broke a bone in my foot while exercising.
One thing you should know about me is that I hate exercising.
Angielskie słowo "ćwiczyć" (exercising) występuje w zestawach:vocabulary free Times activites
Let's rehearse our lines from the play so we sound really professional.
Angie rehearsed what she was going to say on the phone.
he rehearsed his pitch.
I must go round now and rehearse at Lady Basildon's.
The musicians rehearsed (the symphony) for the concert.
On her way to her interview she silently rehearsed what she would say.
I'm starting to rehearse my m'audition in a week.
Angielskie słowo "ćwiczyć" (rehearse) występuje w zestawach:Learning How to LearnAngielski z firmyreading t. 2
10. get exercises