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License is both a noun and a verb in the United States. If you live in any other English-speaking country, you will spell it licence when you use it as a noun and license when you use it as a verb.
Those following UK conventions must know the difference between a noun and a verb because "licence" is used for the noun, while "license" is used for the verb. If you're unsure how to spot a noun and a verb, don't worry because we have some tricks to get around this.
Licence and license. This confusion is so similar to practice and practise that once you've learned the difference for one, you instantly know it for the other! Licence is a noun, license is a verb. Before learning to drive, you apply for a provisional driving licence, but the DVLA must license you to drive.
I reported the license plate number to him. I read the license plate. Did someone give them my license plate number? One of my men spotted a Pace Arrow and was about to stop it when he saw it had Alabama license plates so he let it pass and kept going.
Answer: Licence in Australian spelling, license in American spelling. NB The correct spelling for the verb (in Australia) is license, e.g. licensed premises, but the noun is always licence.
In Britain and Canada, licence is the noun and license is the verb. In other words, if there is a piece of paper to hold use the c word: licence. I need to renew my licence. (Licence is a noun.)
1 Answer. In each of your examples licensing is used as an adjective, while licensure is used as a noun. Licensing is the progressive form of license, used as a verb, noun or an adjective, depending on the context: All the progressive conjugations are verbal uses of licensing.
Although some jurisdictions use the term certification as signifying governmental authority to practice a profession, the difference between licensure and certification is essentially the difference between governmental regulation and self-regulation of a profession. and effectively practice the regulated profession.
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