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  1. dollie
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    Advise or advice

    In the following sentence which is correct, advise or advice?

    As a consistent top producer in the area, my 10 years experience will provide you with the confidence that you have an agent working for you who "knows the ropes" and can give you the best advice.

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    Re: Advise or advice

    'Advice' is the noun, 'advise' the verb.

    Here in this sentence I would use 'advice'

    i.e. When agent advises (verb) people, he gives them advice (noun).
    Last edited by misiania; 25-Aug-2009 at 01:19.


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    Re: Advise or advice

    Quote Originally Posted by misiania View Post
    'Advice' is the noun, 'advise' the verb.

    Here in this sentence I would use 'advice'

    i.e. When agent advises (verb) people, he gives them advice (noun).
    I would too - splendid choice.


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