October 13, 2019 =========
☆ perform 行う
Today’s word is interesting, because it is not often used before an event. An aggressive coach might say, “Get out there and perform!” before a game. However, it’s more likely to be used after a game in this way:
You performed really well, today, I’m proud of you.
You guys didn’t perform as a team today, what’s going on?
And of course, a good coach would use it during the break time or time out, to coach their team to keep performing well, and win the game. Or if the team is performing badly, the coach will give them pointers and advice on how they can perform better in the second half.