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    practice and lesson

    In general which is correct?
    Does the plural indicate I have more than one lesson at one place or just mean i have the same lesson and teacher on more than one day?
    I have piano lesson
    I have piano lessons

    If I switch lesson to practice
    Should practice be plural or not?

    I have piano practices on Saturdays
    I have piano practices on Saturdays

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    Smile Re: practice and lesson

    On the whole, pratice would be singular. I have piano lessons is an all-encompassing title that covers more than one lesson in more than one place with different teachers. To be more specific you would say I have a piano lesson at, with (but it has to have the indefinite article).

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