practice is technically an incorrect form of the verb outside of the US. but thankfully the words are interchangeable here. so practise can substitute practice anywhere, though most Americans will say you have a typo.
This was the first thing that showed up when i googled it. // Do not confuse "practice" with "practise". They sound the same and even look similar (except that one is spelled with a ?c? and the other with a ?s?) but their meanings are different. The word "practice" is a noun, it refers to an act itself, not who is doing it. On the other hand, practise is a verb meaning 'do something repeatedly to improve one skill'. It is a systematic training by multiple repetitions (rehearsing a behavior or engaging in an activity several times repeatedly) in