‘Practise’ versus ‘practice’

If you PRACTISE – with an ‘s’ –
What will happen? Have a guess.
You are right – oh joy, oh glee –
You’ll get PRACTICE with a ‘c’.

As Anna Nolan’s ditty shows, the verb ‘to practise’ is written with an ‘s’,  while the noun ‘the practice’ is written with a ‘c’.

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Written by Christine Burgmer

19. January 2016