What is the
difference between Practice and Practise?
What is the difference between Practice and Practise? :
Practice : (noun)
( 1 ) Actual doing of something
We should put the plan into practice.
His idea did not work in practice.
( 2 ) Regularly repeated exercise done in order to improve one’s skills
I help her with her music practices.
Skating a just a matter of practice.
Playing a piano well requires a lot of practice.
I began the practice of holding regular meetings.
( 3 ) Way of doing something that is common or habitual
Paying bills promptly is good financial practice.
It is the practice in India to drive on the left.
( 4 ) Thing done regularly
I had coffee after dinner as is my usual practice.
( 5 ) Work of a doctor or lawyer
She has retired from practice.
He is a doctor working in general practice.
Practise : (verb)
( 1 ) Do something repeatedly or regularly in order to improve one’s skill
I need to practice my English before I visit England.
You should practice throwing the ball into the net.
( 2 ) Make something part of one’s behavior by doing it regularly
You should practice economy.
( 3 ) Work as a doctor or lawyer
Does he still practice?
She practices homeopathic medicine?
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