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    Default Why is "exercise" wrong here? (exercise vs. practice)

    My goal is not to be a translator. I just hope my English writing would be flowing and smooth. But I fail to write any articles by myself so I have to practice my English on the basis of Chinese articles.
    Hi! I am wondering why I can not use "exercise" in above context? Could you please tell me how to use practice and exercise correctly? Thank you!
    Last edited by thedaffodils; 17-Jun-2008 at 11:04.

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