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Laura: It was very nice of you to help clear the table and do the dishes.

Jack: I don't mind. I get lots of practice at home!

Hi,

Does the bolded part mean "I practice clearing the table and doing the dishes a lot at home" or just "I often do a lot of chores at home?" Thanks.
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This is ironic.
"I am cleaning the table and doing the dishes a lot at home, I have practice in this respect, thus I don't mind to do it here too."
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My take:

It means "I often do a lot of chores at home'
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 Marius Hancu's reply was promoted to an answer.

The bolded part here depicts "I often do a lot of chores at home"

However, the correct word to be used here was "practise". It's a verb
Practice is a noun.

anonymousHowever, the correct word to be used here was "practise". It's a verbPractice is a noun.

Only in BrE. Not in AmE.

CJ

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