I'm having some trouble understanding this sentence:


Specifically stuck on the trailing "もしたし", I can't find anything suitable on Google that describes it as a grammar point/conjugation, but my dictionary isn't returning any words. Is this "練習 も したし"? What is the meaning here?


It's 練習 も した+し: "also practiced" + the explanatory clause ending conjunctive particle し. For し's usage see these answers:

Usage of ”し” particle

し at the end of the sentence

Why is し added at the end of this sentence?

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