In American English, license is both a noun and a verb, and licence isn’t used. For example, one who is licensed to drive has a driver’s license.
For those following UK conventions, there is often confusion over the words licence and license. In order to understand which to use, you must know the difference between a noun and a verb. This is because licence is a noun, but license is a verb. However, there are tricks to get around this.
Let’s look at example below:
– May I see your driving licence please?
– This restaurant is licensed to sell alcohol.
So that’s it for today. As always, if you have any questions please leave them in the comments section below. Thank you!