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    balance

    Hi there,
    I don't know how to use 'balance' as a noun and a verb.
    Could you see the following examples are yes or no? Could you give me more examples. Thanks a lot.


    1. In order to remain healthy, we should balance our time between working and exercising.
    2. We should balance working against playing.
    3. We should make a balance between working and playing

    pete


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    Re: balance

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Hi there,
    I don't know how to use 'balance' as a noun and a verb.
    Could you see the following examples are yes or no? Could you give me more examples. Thanks a lot.


    1. In order to remain healthy, we should balance our time between working and exercising.
    2. We should balance working against playing.
    3. We should achieve/aim to have a balance between working and playing

    pete
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    There is a negative balance in your account. Please ensure that the balance is kept in the black.
    The gymnast's balance on the bar was phenomenal.

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