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Physical Exercise Benefits – Reading Practice

Last updated on July 22, 2022 by in English for Young Learners Category with 2 Comments on Physical Exercise Benefits – Reading Practice, 51 Views and Reading Time: 5 minutes
Learn about physical exercise benefits in this lesson on reading practice in English with vocabulary in real or authentic context. Watch the embedded video and listen to any word or phrase by selecting the text. Physical exercise benefits People exercise to keep healthy. They exercise to lose weight or to stay fit. They exercise to

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    • Hi.
      Weigh is always a verb and it means to have a particular weight (noun).
      However, weight is both a noun and a verb. The central function of ‘weight’ is noun, though. Examples:
      * How much do you weigh? (verb)
      * The average weight of babies at birth is around 3 kilograms. (noun)
      ‘Weight’ can be used as a verb, too, which is really uncommon and it only appears as a phrasal verb, e.g. weight down, which means to twist or distort something to make it more suitable.

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