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Positive improvementPlay
Use 'constructive' when something contributes positively towards improving skills or situations. SlideHis feedback was constructive and helped me enhance my writing.
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Learning contextPlay
In educational settings, 'constructive' often precedes terms like 'feedback' to encourage growth. SlideThe teacher's constructive remarks enabled students to learn from their mistakes.
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Professional talkPlay
'Constructive' is frequently used in professional contexts to suggest beneficial teamwork and discussions. SlideOur team's constructive dialogue led to an innovative solution.