Focus on the pronunciation of practical
English definition of “practical”
/ˈpræk·tɪ·kəl/ adj (EFFECTIVE)
› fitting the needs of a particular situation in a helpful way; helping to solve a problem or difficulty; effective or suitable: We didn’t want to spend the night at a motel, but it just wasn’t practical to do the trip in one day. In some cities, it isn’t practical to keep the subways operating all night because there aren’t enough passengers. › When used of objects such as clothes, practical can mean directed only to the goal of doing their intended work, and often plain in style or character: I wear clothes that are practical rather than fashionable.