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and so the student often feels lonely unhappy unmotivated and unable to concentrate on studying

Her face ? it was fortunate he could not see her face, or he would never have been able to concentrate on his studies

But even with her help I don't concentrate properly in class,

I taught her for several hours every day in the library, although it was not easy to make her concentrate on anything for long, as she was clearly not used to the discipline of lessons.

But I could not make Adele concentrate on her lessons

but St John thought I ought to concentrate on more serious work, and gave me even more Hindustani exercises to do.

Throughout my career, I have found a simple truth. The ability to concentrate single mindedly on your most important task, to do it well and to fnish it completely, is the key to great success, achievement, respect, status and happiness in life.

The thief concentrated twice as hard on the traffic to prevent such terrifying thoughts from fully occupying his mind,

When he was finally able to concentrate on what he was reading, he liked the book better; the burial was on a snowy day, and he welcomed the feeling of being cold.

Working, the boy answered dryly, making it look as if he wanted to concentrate on his reading.

The boy began again to read his book, but he was no longer able to concentrate.

Even without a king to provide an interruption, he was unable to concentrate.

When I'm eating, that's all I think about. If I'm on the march, I just concentrate on marching.

If you can concentrate always on the present, you'll be a happy man.

He decided to concentrate on more practical matters.

He tried again to concentrate on the pink shades of the desert, and its stones.

Sometimes in the English class I felt frustrated when I had to read articles about the environment or health or education, because I wanted to concentrate on my own field.

She couldn't concentrate; she was fidgeting. I think now they'd say she had ADHD.

By undue profundity we perplex and enfeeble thought; and it is possible to make even Venus herself vanish from the firmament by a scrutiny too sustained, too concentrated, or too direct.