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    John

    Two questions on the 2 following phrases which is the correct one to use?

    One -
    Please advice when you can.

    Or

    Please advise when you can.

    Two -
    Please advice

    Or

    Please advise

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    Re: John

    Welcome to the forum.
    Please note that thread titles should bear a relationship to the question you are asking. Therefore your title could have appropriately been "Advise/advice."

    Of the two words you've supplied, do you know which is the verb and which is the noun?

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    Re: John

    jkuch888, let me introduce you to one of the splendid features of this forum: the Google Custom Search. It's up there near the top of the page.

    Enter advice/advise in the search box and click on the magnifying glass icon. You'll find dozens of links to sites providing answers to your question, including previous threads on the subject in this forum.

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    Re: John

    Thank you for your help!

    John

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    Re: John

    You're welcome, John, but there is no need to write a new post just to say "Thank you". It makes us think there is new information or a follow-up question and we spend time opening the thread. Simply click on the "Thank" button at the bottom left-hand corner of any post you find helpful.




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