Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Practice makes perfect

"Practice makes perfect" means that the more you practice, the better you will become. The Spanish version for this saying is "La práctica hace al maestro". In this case, "maestro" doesn't mean "teacher" but "master". In other words, if you want to become a master doing something, then you should practice as much as possible.

It's said to encourage people to keep practicing so they will become better at what they are doing. It's also said with the meaning, "don't be surprised, he/she is that good because he/she has practiced a lot".

"¿Sabes cómo un jugador como Michael Jordan logra ser tan bueno? Haciendo miles de tiros a diario. Práctica, práctica, práctica. La práctica hace al maestro."

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