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Practice or practise?

In American English “practice” is a verb and a noun:

I need more practice before I do the exam. Can I practice my English with you?

In British English “practice” is a noun and the verb is “practise”:

I need more practice before I do the exam. Can I practise my English with you?

2 Responses to “Practice or practise?”

  1. Hung says:

    Thanks! useful! as a foreigner, I prefer to “practice” English in American way. It is practical,isn’t it? but it is usually criticized of not academic.

  2. Adolf Williams says:

    Another example of the Americans ruining our beautiful language.

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