What’s the difference between advice and advise?
Advice and Advise are two words in English that are often confused by both English learners and native speakers. Let’s learn this vocabulary today!
Advice is an uncountable noun. You can say “some advice” or “a lot of advice ,” but not “
- He gave me some good advice.
- My mom gives the best advice
Advise is a regular verb. The three forms are advise, advised, and advised.
- I advised her about her job.
- I can advise you about English.
How about you? Have you gotten any advice recently? Have you advised anyone?
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