" Practice makes PERfect ". " Practice makes PERfect ". However, something might go the wrong way with what basically we endeavor to practice, then Practice makes PERmanent. Practice can just make PERmanent mistakes...This is true in case of spoken language practice. Practice always makes a speaker of a foreign language more fluent but not always natural in perfect accent.
For other disciplines of practice, things may be similar. Practicing doing grammar&vocabulary exercises makes the learners perfect at grammar and vocabulary...
For practicing physical exercises, it makes the practitioner's skills improve. With proper basic training, skills can develop into a better extent if not Perfect yet.
Watch me perform Bil Jee, the third form of Wing Chun kung fu. But don't practice without proper preparation and training or you might gouge somebody's eye or at worst break your own fingers.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzH-O7BVhKk


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