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"Practice Makes Perfect"

Practice makes perfect means that the more you practice, the better you will become. If you want to become great, then you should practice as much as possible.

Example: "See how fast you are getting better at the piano? Practice makes perfect."

To practice is to do something regularly. Perfect is the best you can be. Practice makes perfect means that the way to become the best is to practice often.

Example: "Do you know how a player like Larry Bird gets to be so good? By taking thousands of jump shots every day. Practice, practice, practice! Practice makes perfect."

Practice makes perfect is said to encourage people to keep practicing so they will become better at what they are doing.

Example: "Come on guys, do it again! I want to see you getting this right. Practice makes perfect!"

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