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    #1

    Doing laps

    Doing laps around a track does not necessarily mean you need to end up in a full sweat and panting.


    Hi,
    Is it right to see "doing laps" in the above as "jogging/running?" Thanks.

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    Re: Doing laps

    Yes. You can also say running laps.
    I am not a teacher.

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