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    Ending a PE Lesson

    What do PE teachers usually say at the end of the PE lesson, or the trainer after an aerobics/yoga lesson?
    eg. Good health. or To your health.
    Or something else?

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    Re: Ending a PE Lesson

    "OK, that's it for today".
    "Pile the mats against the wall."
    "Anyone who hasn't paid yet, see me on the way out."
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    #3

    Re: Ending a PE Lesson

    )))))
    I meant something about the word 'health'.
    Only 1 or two words, a special wish or phrase.
    Any ideas?

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    Re: Ending a PE Lesson

    Oh, you want to know what they could say about health? I answered your question about they usually did say.
    "Be healthy"
    "Stay healthy"
    You could use either of those.

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    Re: Ending a PE Lesson

    "To your health" is a toast used when raising a glass to someone. It's a little like "Cheers!"
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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