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Author: Polseguera | Published: 19-03-2008 | Times seen: 142268 | Category: Vocabulary

 

Phrases, sayings, set phrases, etc.

 

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Author: jrodolfo | Published: 04-06-2009 | Times seen: 136781 | Category: Vocabulary

 

Re: [Polseguera] Phrases, sayings, set phrases, etc.

 

Could you please tell me which is the right word?

Practise or Practice

Thank you for your reply.

 

Author: Polseguera | Published: 04-06-2009 | Times seen: 136769 | Category: Vocabulary

 

Re: [jrodolfo] Phrases, sayings, set phrases, etc.

 

Yes, sure! In British English, practise is the verb, and practice is the noun. In American English, practice is used for both the verb and the noun.

For example:
She is practising her English. (verb)
She needs more practice. (noun)

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