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Thread: Practise Or Practice?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    If I'm training to do something, am I practising or practicing? Which is the correct term in the UK?

    On a given day or given circumstance, you think you have a limit.
    And you then go for this limit and you touch this limit and you think "Ok, this is the limit".
    As soon as you touch this limit, something happens and you suddenly can go a little bit further.
    With your mind power, your determination, your instinct and the experience as well, you can fly very high.

    - Ayrton Senna, R.I.P.

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  3. Lounge   -   #2
    lynx's Avatar .
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    Sep 2002
    Yorkshire, England
    I think your use of English could do with some practice. Have you been practising long?

    Edit: Have you got a licence to practise? If not, you should see the relevant licensing authority about this pratcice.
    Political correctness is based on the principle that it's possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.

  4. Lounge   -   #3
    in the usa i think its practicing

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  5. Lounge   -   #4
    Skillian's Avatar T H F C f a n BT Rep: +1
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    Dec 2002
    Practise is the verb, practice the noun.

    You can be practising football, but you go to football practice.


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