Advice vs Advise | Ask Linda! | English Grammar
These words are often confused due to their similar spellings. Let's take a closer look: "Advice" spelled with a C is a noun and describes a proposal for an appropriate course of action. Example: Please give us some advice about planning a trip to France. "Advise" spelled with an S is a verb and describes the action of giving advice or offering a suggestion. I advised them to visit the Pyramids of Giza when they are in Egypt. Therefore, we use "advice" as a noun and "advise" as a verb. That's it for today. See you next time!
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