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Advise or Advice Hello everybody Please someone can explain me the difference between these two words..and there usage.. If possible please give some examples as well.. Thanks
Mar 2, 2011 6:06 PM
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Advice is a noun: you give advice, ie. a good suggestion. Advise is the verb: you advise someone to so something.
March 2, 2011
The simple explaination to your question is as under: ADVICE is a noun. Noun could be a person or a thing or any place. You can use ADVICE in sentences as given here: Please advice me for buying a property. Please don't give me any advice now. In these two sentences ADVICE is used as a noun as explained in the definition above. An example of noun is: My brother is a scientist. Here word scientist is a noun. ADVISE is a verb. A verb describes an action or anything we do like giving advice to somebody. You can use ADVISE in sentences as given here: Jura advised me about the price for the apartment. Mom always advise us for being good. In these two sentences ADVISE is used as a verb as explained in the definition above. An example of verb is: My brother is eating now. Here word eat(ing) is a verb which explains the action. I walk.. I sit. I here walk, sit and drink are used as VERB. Hope this is a sufficient explaination for this topic for now.
March 6, 2011
Please give me some advice [ noun] about buying this house. The real estate agent can advise [ verb] you about the price for the apartment.
March 2, 2011
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