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    Smile difference

    Is there a difference between drill and practice as verbs?
    He listens to Greek music. Which one is correct? What does he listen? or What does he listen to?
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    Re: difference

    Quote Originally Posted by daisy1352 View Post
    Is there a difference between drill and practice as verbs?
    Yes, there is a slight difference. drill involves repetition, whereas practice may or may not.

    Quote Originally Posted by daisy1352
    He listens to Greek music. Which one is correct? What does he listen? or What does he listen to?
    Look at it this way,

    Ex: He listens to Greek music.

    Replacement: He listens to what?

    Movement: What does he listen to?

    Hope that helps.

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