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Thread: Practice

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    As far as I know practice is a noun and practise is a verb.
    My question is : can practice be used as a verb? Is it correct? I have noticed that some English natives use practice as a verb.

    Thank you very much.

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    Re: Practice

    British English makes a spelling distinction between 'practice' - the noun and 'practise' - the verb. American English uses the spelling 'practice' for both verb and noun.

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