practise or practice Home › Forum › Chat Forum › practise or practice Viewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 (of 5 total) practise or practice alpinMember or both…..? anyone know? Posted 9 years ago PopocatapetlSubscriber “Practise” = english, “Practice”= american:Habitual action or performance,repeated exercise,,, Posted 9 years ago stuartie_cMember Practice – noun “My dental practice” Practise – verb “Practise your 50-foot drop-offs” Both? “My dental practice told me not to come back until I had practised my 50-foot drop-offs” Posted 9 years ago alpinMember yeah, stuart has it. i was just a bit surprised to find the other spelling. i’d always written it ‘practice’ turns out i was wrong. practice (ACTION) practice (REGULAR ACTIVITY) practise (TRAIN) practise (WORK) Posted 9 years ago PopocatapetlSubscriber Sorry! wrong way round!Practice = english and Stuartie_c is also correct! Time for bed after i finish my last tanglefoot me thinks! 😳 Posted 9 years ago Viewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 (of 5 total) The topic ‘practise or practice’ is closed to new replies.