In British English we use both Practise and Practice.

1. Practise is a verb.

  • I practise the violin.
  • I practised for a long time.
  • She practises her English every day.
  1. Practice is a noun.
  • I have done my violin practice.
  • I did a lot of practice.
  • She has an appointment at the doctor’s practice.

Practise using practise and practice.

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Practical English Usage Lesson 18 practise and practice


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