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    Default Need help with the word "exercise" PLEASE ADVISE,

    If you want to be healthy, you must do more (exercise or exercises?)


    Please advise, teachers! Thanks for helping again! :"(

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    If you want to be healthy, you must do more exercise.

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    Thanks, teacher Red 5! ^v^

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    If you did more exercises, you would be a student practising your English, or something similar.

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    Holala...Thanks for the example of using "exercises" in a sentence, teacher TDOL! ^o^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helped Wanted
    Holala...Thanks for the example of using "exercises" in a sentence, teacher TDOL! ^o^
    It's example sentences you want, is it? :wink:

    Try:
    • You need more exercise.
      You need to get more exercise.
      You should get more exercise.
      Have you been getting your exercise?
      I exercise every morning.
      I exercise every day.
      What do you think about exercise?
      I've had enough exercise.
      What kind of exercise do you like?
      I like strenuous exercise.


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    Many thanks for the several examples too, teacher Ronbee! ^o^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helped Wanted
    Holala...Thanks for the example of using "exercises" in a sentence, teacher TDOL! ^o^
    You're welcome.

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