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take part in social activities

train for a social environment

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prepare for social life

make conform to socialist ideas and philosophies

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Some 51% of people surveyed socialise with their neighbours and two-fifths (39%) are friends with five or more of their neighbours.
How can young people be encouraged to step away from their computers and socialise with their peers?
Research from LinkedIn shows we are among the least sociable workers, with just a third of us choosing to socialise with colleagues outside of work, compared to 57% of workers in Indonesia and half from Hong Kong.
The law should be amended to allow for a separate, suitably ventilated room for people to smoke, drink and socialise to save at least some of those struggling pubs.
Pubs are always really great places to socialise and meet up with all your friends and they are really important to the whole community - Tracey Hart, 40, a bakery sales assistant, of Loftus.
For example, many of the pupils talked about the importance of the Educational Maintenance Allowance (EMA) as a key source of income, alongside part-time jobs, to allow them to socialise with friends.
The latest trend is "sofalising", in which you socialise alone and from your own sofa, via the internet.
Many young carers don't have time to socialise with their peers, but a pounds 7,200 award from The Gateshead Housing Company's Community Fund will help young carers from across the borough socialise with others in a similar situation.
Acceptance in the community that young people who live in there have the right to walk and socialise on street corners like any adult is one of the things I think people in this city struggle with.
Training classes are great for helping pups socialise and for improving their obedience.