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some tips i can give since i wasn't really playing longsword
1. if you want to play longsword and you're from a shielded weapon (lance/gunlance/charged blade/sns) or great sword: practice offensive guard/tackle. both offensive guard and tackle training is to find a good time to counter monsters' move and roar, then you can play longsword's foresight with ease.
2. if you don't really play those weapons, try training on exploration or guiding lands (iceborne only) since you can't really fail cuz of "X time faints"
This allows you to keep a rapid attacks so you can cancel to foresight or back sway anytime. DPS is still good although you may bleed you weapon sharpness without master touch or polish.