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Hi guys,

Please could somebody explain to me the difference between ‘practice’ and ‘practise’?

Thank you!
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Hi Andy,

Please see this: practise and practice
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There is often confusion over the words 'practice' and 'practise'. In order to understand which to use, you must know the difference between a noun and a verb . This is because 'practice' is a noun; whereas, 'practise' is a verb. However, there are tricks to get around this. (See 'Hot Tip' right.)

Examples:

You need more practice.
("practice" - noun)
("You need more preparation/lessons." < sounds ok too; practice is correct)

You should practise more.
("practise" - verb)
("You should prepare more." < sounds ok; practise is correct)