Advice vs. Advise
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.
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