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    With daily practice / practices on her violin...

    With daily practice / practices on her violin, she aced the violin exams and topped her class.

    Which noun should I use if she practises the violin more than once a day?

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    Last edited by Tan Elaine; 01-Jun-2012 at 04:46. Reason: typo of 'with'

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    Re: With daily practice / practices on her violin...

    Quote Originally Posted by Tan Elaine View Post
    With daily practice / practices on her violin, she aced the violin exams and topped her class.

    With noun should I use if she practises the violin more than once a day?

    Thanks.
    "practice"

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