"I practice the piano and the guitar."
I need to go review which verbs are actions on their own and which require します
Any word that is usually a noun requires する or します to make it a verb. 勉強 (benkyou) is one such noun.
勉強 (study) + する/します (to do) = 勉強する/ 勉強します (to study)
So does れんしゅmean practice and combined with します (to do) becomes "to practice" ? Like "to do practice".
I am not sure, but I would translate と as 'and' and も as 'also'. I hope that will help you decide.
と has a meaning of only those objects, and も is used when there could be more than what you have said.
No because ピアノandギターare the direct objects as marked by を. If you used は here it would imply the piano and guitar are practicing something.
Wouldn't it be 練習しています? Because this sentence is saying that they do this regularly and the ていす form also has the meaning of doing something regularly and not just in the moment. For example, when saying what you're studying in school it would be:
ジャナリスメを勉強しています. Because this is something that is still in progress and we are working on it.
This is more like, what do you do on Saturdays? I practise piano and guitar.
I was really thrown off by the fact that the correct answer was in kanji but the word magnets are only in hiragana. れんしゅう ー＞ 練習
The characters shown in the correct solution weren't available to choose from.