devote more time to math

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sun 94

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korean
Do I have to use ' math' or ' math practice' in the following sentence?

If you are not good at math, devote more time to math or
If you are not good at math, devote more time to doing math practice.
 
  • patates_frites

    Senior Member
    Japanese, English - US
    devote more time to math.
    devote more time to practicing math.
    devote more time to doing math exercises.

    all ok.
     

    AmEStudent

    Senior Member
    Italian/Albanian - bilingual
    I think they mean pretty much the same thing, and that they would sound better this way:

    If you are not good at math, devote more time to it.
    If you are not good at math, devote more time to practicing it.
     
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