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using the wrong word [#permalink] New post 16 May 2004, 05:00
Practice (n) vs Practice (v). As I understand Practice is noun and Practise verb. So in one of the verb tense drill in Kaplans they have a question which goes something like this. "Some archaeologists believe that the Minoans of 3700 years ago practiced a religion that involved human sacrifise". Isn't this wrong, shouldn't it be practised. even the answer doesn't correct it. Any help please?
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 [#permalink] New post 16 May 2004, 15:22
Practise is just a variant of Practice. Practice can be used as noun or verb.
This is what dictionary.com says. ( This is authentic because it follows American Standard English )
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