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  • alpin
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    or both…..?

    anyone know?

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    “Practise” = english, “Practice”= american:Habitual action or performance,repeated exercise,,,

    stuartie_c
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    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”

    alpin
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    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)

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    Sorry! wrong way round!Practice = english and Stuartie_c is also correct! Time for bed after i finish my last tanglefoot me thinks! 😳

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