Spelling and Grammar Tips

Practice or Practise?

Grammar and Spelling Tips - Practice or Practise

If you write in American English, you can just use practice no matter what. Otherwise, it’s spelled practice when used as a noun, practise when used as a verb. Examples: I really need to practise my grammar more or I’m going to fail my English exam. I like to practise piano. If you want to …

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It’s vs. Its

Grammar and Spelling Tips - It's vs Its

It’s means “it is” or (“it has”). Its doesn’t—its is possessive, and is used to indicate that something belongs to “it”. Examples: It’s going to be a nice day today. John says that it’s too expensive to buy a new car these days. I’d like to know how it’s going to turn out. Coffee is …

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