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    Difference between advice and advise

    Please let me know, under what circumstances should I use "advice" vs "advise"

    Thanks.


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    Put simply, advice is a noun:

    If you want my advice, I wouldn't go in that old house.

    Advise is a verb:

    Can you advise me on what I should do about tomorrow's meeting? Should I go ahead and hold it, or cancel it?


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