Saturday, February 25, 2006

evening all

We've had a fairly busy day today - Doing lots of things like tidying, dusting, hoovering, washing (both clothes and people - I had a bath!) I'm feeling quite tired now, but my housemate is playing the keyboard, practising for tomorrow because she is playing at church, and then we've got to to finish cleaning the kitchen and mop the floor.

I can never remember which practice\practise is which. Does anyone have any useful suggestions?

3 comments:

Pig wot flies said...

It's like advice/advise. Practice is a noun like advice and practise is a verb like advise. Works for me, anyway.

HP said...

I was going to say exactly the same. Great minds think alike!!!

Debs said...

so basically I generally use an s, unless it's a doctors or dentist I'm talking about? I never got the advice\advise link though. And talking about nouns and verbs is ok, but I always have to stop and think about what they are. I've always been better at maths than english.