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hello,friends,
i want to know which is verb ,

practise or practice,

when i find it in dictionary,practise is verb,but my father said practice is verb,i am confusing with those two words,can you please tell me if you know exactly?
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Hello, Welcome to English forums.

A lot of natives get this wrong and also think it is do to AmE or BrE.

Practice is a noun. I think of a medical practice to remember it.

Practise is a verb.
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I don't know for sure, but I thought practice and practise are both verbs? just difference in american and British usage? (reference: google dictionary)
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British English: practice is noun practise is verb

American English: practice is noun and verb (americans for laziness sake, eliminated practise)
I think all of them are verbs and It have the same meaning Emotion: smile.
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British English: practice is noun practise is verb

I need help, can someone tell me what is a verb for aqua and mar

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I need help, can someone tell me what is a verb for aqua and mar

I think you're in the wrong forum. Those look like Latin words.

Also, please don't add posts with content unrelated to the topic of the thread. Start a new thread. Thanks.

CJ

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