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  • The meaning of "Concentrate" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. you face= you recieve/you get/you encounter

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    2. “The best you” is a noun phrase. It means the best version of yourself. It doesn’t sound weird if you say “Why don’t you focus on being the best student you can be?” In this sentence, “the best student” is also a noun.

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    2. Did a native English speaker say/write that? It doesn't sound natural to me. I think I still understand what they're trying to say. They can't concentrate/focus on their homework because of her laughter.

  • Example sentences using "Concentrate"

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    2. Please concentrate on your test

  • Similar words to "Concentrate" and their differences

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    2. Focus's meaning comes from it's relation to light. To focus is to see clearly like with a camera. Concentration is related to the act of paying attention or bringing together In usage they are effectively the same. like: I need to focus on my studies I need to concentrate on my studies. Position the lights so they focus on the stage Position the lights so they concentrate onto the stage.

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    2. No difference at all, really. Use whatever you like. But the correct grammar would be: "Focus on practicing the Piano" and "Concentrace on practicing the piano".

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    2. for focusing, one is aware of where they are and what they’re doing however for concentrating, one has to isolate their attention to do a certain task

  • Translations of "Concentrate"

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    2. “These days I often have difficulty concentrating while studying for the entrance examination. When this happens, I make it a rule to take a walk or go to a hot spring to help me refocus. What do you do to relax?”

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    2. I have three ideas regarding who would be qualified as a translator. First, a person who can concentrate silently on their work would be suitable. Translating sentences is highly steady work, so translators must be able to concentrate intensely. Second, a person who likes words would be necessary. Most of a translator's works (e.g read the original) are related to words. Therefore, if you do not enjoy writing and reading, you may experience hardships in your translation works. Finally, a person who is sensitive to the social conditions would qualify. Translators constantly must think about various expression, as well as how to explain the original words in a way that makes them logical and enjoyable. In conclusion, these types of people would be suited for transition work. (Sorry if I assumed wrong and changed "the translator" to "a translator" when it was supposed to be the former)

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    2. "And I agree with him" "Now, parents try too much to make their children the best." "Of strict discipline" "Remind them about.." "I believe that this is wrong." "With these methods, the parents..." "School is not a competition" "Guide to life" "How to cope" "Well being of their child" "They are easily swayed by suggestions" "Help your child " "It is necessary " "Many of us meet thoughtless and reckless people" "Of high parents custody" "Your child to be more concentrated and not have negative emotions" "Four year old boy" "His small table was.." "Say to me" "Wrong sized shoes" "And ready to make discoveries " "Fantastic palette of colours " "The back to school period is quite a difficult time." "And tackle them all year" "Do not forget that this time of year is lovely in it's own way." Hope these corrections helped 😁

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    2. It is generally believed that the start of the school year is still like being on holiday (I didn't really understand your sentence, so I tried to guess what you meant.) At first sight this statement seems to be true. But we have to admit that it is a difficult time too. The author is of the opinion that it is really hard to return (to school) after a long break, and I agree with him. Sometimes it is a very big problem for the children and their parents. Let's begin with the fact that now people tend TO FOCUS too much ON MAKING their children the best. They are ready to DO THEIR homework for them, they create an atmosphere of strict discipline, remindING THEM about an infinite number of duties, etc. I believe that is wrong. In this way the parents deprive their children of liberty, responsibility and independence. School SHOULD not BE a competition, it is a guide to life. Children should learn how TO cope with challenges by themselves. On the other hand, it cannot be denied that children need support. Each parent is responsible for the well-being of his child. Children cannot resolve financial issues or issues of their SAFETY. They are easILY swayed by suggestion and they frequently are afraid of thingS. That is why it is not wrong TO help your children. It is normal and it is necessarY, But you should control yourself. Many of us meet UNSAVORY and reckless people. [Psychologists frequently say that it is a result a high parents` custody. -- sorry, I don't understand what you meant here ??.] The article also alleged THE necessity of modelling the classroom at home. The opinion of experts are cited and they confirm THUS IS TRUE I think that it is a good idea, because it can really help your child to be BETTER concentrate and TO not have ANXIETY at the sight of a workplace at school. But it is only partly true that a place to study cannot be used as a place for eating and doing other things. I taught A four-year OLD boy who was a very clever and WHO knew English and besides THAT, his small table was designed for studying, eating and playing as well. A further point to consider is an appeal to hold off ON BUYING new shoes in September and INSTEAD BUY SHOES THAT THEY CAN grow into. Because there are a lot of people IN SHOPS DURING THIS PERIOD and as the statistic says « four million children in the UK ARE wearing the wrong-sized shoes». And I fully share this view because I have some problems with my feet and doctors TOLD me that the cause of it WAS WEARING ILL-FITTING shoes. It is important to realize that if your child needS new shoes you CAN'T wait for the best time. In this case IT'S better if TO SPEND A GREAT DEAL OF time standing in queues for the sake of YOUR CHILD'S health and well-being. Although there are so many problems coming with autumn, there are a lot of good things too! We are well-rested, ready to make discoveries! Someone HAS BEEN MISSING THEIR COLLEAGUE and even missing WORK! You know, there are a lot of people who like autumn and think that it is the best season. Streets are decorated IN a delicious palette of colors…It is not so miserable, is it (not)? So all in all I believe that GOING back to school is quite A difficult time. Parents and children should be ready to solve some new problems and STRUGGLE with them during all year. But do not forget that this time is ALSO lovely in its own way.

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    2. In my hometown Wuhan, China, traffic congestion is an everyday phenomenon. I was once stuck in heavy traffic jam on the way to a railway station and had no choice but to change the ticket for the next shift in the end.However, I have developed an interest in traffic congestion since then. Traffic congestion in transport networks means slower speeds, longer trip times, and increased vehicular queueing [1], which is a common consequence of the urbanization, as well as a global issue that all metropolis will face. Some articles show that traffic congestion can cause serious waste of time and energy, and can cause air pollute the air with poisonous gases, which eventually reduces the standard of living. The long traffic jam also might be an obstacle for the ambulances or fire brigades and thus may cause heavy loss of life and property. According to the statistics from the Chinese Academy of Science traffic congestion and management problems the top 15 cities in China lose one billion RMB a day on the average. Further, the super large cities like Beijing the cost reaches six billion RMB per month.[2] Traffic congestion that brought the society huge losses has made increasingly interested in exploring the its causes and solutions how to avoid it. Reasons contributing to the traffic congestion are manifold. Primarily, in lieu with the rapid development of economy the number of private cars has increased dramatically leading to a situation where the main roads and parking facilities designed years ago are somewhat inadequate and need to be improved. Secondly, most public places (like the hospitals, schools and international shopping malls) with high-quality services are concentrated in the city center. This means there is a need to bring in the patients or consumers from the outskirts to the downtown area. Moreover, most of the residential areas are far away from the working place, forming a "tidal phenomenon" in the city. According to a 2018 report published by the ‘JIGUANG Big Data’*, 17.1% of commuters in Beijing commute more than 25 kilometers one way. Also, the insufficient public transportation supply with crowded buses and incomplete metro lines restricts the passengers to use of public transport and eventually makes the traffic jams worse. Focusing on the causes mentioned above, I come up with several corresponding solutions to alleviate the current problems. Firstly, expanding the capacity of the congested roads by not only adding lanes but building overpasses and tunnels as well. Secondly, improving the service standard in the surrounding areas by building satellite cities. For example, Japan solved the congestion problem in Tokyo by dispersing population and industry to its satellite cities, and the process went through five stages from 1958 to the late 1990s. [3] Thirdly, introducing intelligent transportation system (ITS) to smartly manage the traffic through big data collecting, especially on the commuting routes. Finally, developing fast transporting communities guided by fast tunnel traffic [4] to increase the convenience and comfort for residents using public transports to get to work. For instance, from 2006 to 2009, 62% of the new residential area in Shanghai was within 1000 meters to the rail transit [5]. All in all, the traffic congestion challenge has revealed that when formulating a policy more perspectives, the long-term development in particular, should be taken into consideration as well proper adjustment of the policy as the social development takes place. Besides, we could also actively learn from other countries while making appropriate adjustments according to our local needs. Only in this way can we create a suitable policy to satisfy the needs of the maximum number of people.

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    2. He loves puzzles, but he easily gets distracted. In addition, he asks for my help all the time, so I can’t do my housework at all! I want him to concentrate on his puzzles by himself.

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    2. I went to school today and then did my homework at home. It was very easy homework but I took too much time to do it. I couldn’t concentrate because I played video games and watched youtube.

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