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Confused? It’s not surprising. They sound the same – and they’re practically spelled the same!

Practice: A noun. You can attend practice, have a practice or perform a practice.

  • Cricket practice was held in the warehouse after work. 
  • The legal practice welcomed new clients daily.
  • The new building promotes sustainable design practices.

Practise: A verb (doing word). Used less commonly than practice.

  • The music teacher practises her vocal projection at least twice a week.

Used together:

  • The basketball players practise three-pointers at every practice session.
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