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Is Practice Makes Perfect Correct?

Sometimes,we may be very tired of doing same work again and again.But in fact, as a old saying " Practice makes perfect" , so creation is always made based on the thing that you are really familiar with.

The old saying" Practice makes perfect" is very famous. It means if we practice unfamiliar thing again and again, we will be able to finish it perfectly. I definitely agree with it.

Take swimming for example, it seems very easy when you see others swimming in the pool. And the swimmers will also tell you it is very easy. But you will never know how to swim without practice by yourself. If you try it by yourself, you will find it not so easy as you see. Meanwhile, if you don't keep practice many times, you can not swim perfectly and freely.

As another example, if you want to be skillful in using the digital camcorder you also need to practice using it. You may know the basic functions according to the instructions. Only after you using it for a longer time and perfectly, you may find more good functions. You may find you not only can use it to shoot pictures and movies, but you can also use it as a portable media player for downloaded MPEG-4 movies. And you can take more beautiful videos after using it again and again. So if we just read the instruction without trying it, we will still feel confused when using it.

Obviously, the saying "practice makes perfect" is correct. When we are facing a new challenge in our work or daily life, we should not scare of it. On the contraryPsychology Articles, we should know that not everyone is professional without practice. We surely can get over it and be perfect after practicing.

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