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    Using advise and advice

    Good day

    Please help me to below message.

    "Please advise to your agent to arrange domestic booking".

    "Please advice to your agent to arrange domestic booking".

    Which is correct on above?


    Thanks,
    Jong

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    Re: Using advise and advice

    Quote Originally Posted by jhongboy View Post
    Good day

    Please help me to below message.

    "Please advise to your agent to arrange domestic booking".

    "Please advice to your agent to arrange domestic booking".

    Which is correct on above?


    Thanks,
    Jong
    'Advise' is the verb; 'advice' is the noun. So the first sentence is right. But we don't 'advise to' someone.

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