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    "Easly enter russian market" is it correct?

    Hi,

    I'm starting small company that will help bigger international companies enter russian market. As a tag line, I wanted to use "Easly enter russian market", but I am not sure if it's correct.

    Could you please give me an advise about that, or help me to find a better sentence?

    Thank you in advance,
    Last edited by jmbienko; 20-Nov-2014 at 12:42.

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    Re: "Easly enter russian market" is it correct?

    'Easily enter the Russian market.'

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    Re: "Easly enter russian market" is it correct?

    Thanks. And what about "Easly enter the Russian market" vs. "Enter easly the Russian market". Is the second version also correct? If yes, which version sounds better for you?

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    Re: "Easly enter russian market" is it correct?

    Note that "easly" is not a word. The proper word is "easily."

    The first version is more natural and flows much better.

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    Re: "Easly enter russian market" is it correct?

    jmbienko, please correct the information in your profile.

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    Re: "Easly enter russian market" is it correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by jmbienko View Post
    give me an advise
    The noun of 'advise' is 'advice', which is uncountable, so it should be 'some advice' or 'a piece of advice', according to http://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/advice

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