Practise: verb - perform or carry out constantly or habitually; act upon instead
of simply professing a belief;
exercise or pursue a profession or
occupation, such as law or medicine; observe, actively follow the doctrines of a
religion; actually carry out a law or command; do something repeatedly to
acquire a skill; train or drill someone; make practical use of, employ; try to
do something; Design a means to bring about, plan; plot an evil or unlawful act;
try out or use experimentally.
Practice: noun - doing something; the usual or customary action or
performance; a custom; a habit; in Law - established method of legal procedure;
exercise of a profession or occupation; the business to which a lawyer or doctor
belongs; repeated performance of an action to gain or keep proficiency in it;
activity undertaken to this end; practical application as opposed to the theory;
exercise; a practical treatise.
We all know that 'practise' is the
verb and 'practice' the noun, but this is not easy to remember for many.
However, if you think about
similar words this might help.
Advise is similar to 'practise'
and has the advantage that you know that 'to advise' is a verb.
Similarly, advice is similar to
'practice', and we all know that 'advice' is a noun.