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    Is rhe word advice in singular or in plural

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    Re: Advice

    Both. It's the same with the words Moose and Deer.

    O and by the way (BTW), the word "pants" is always plural. I just felt like throwing that out there. It feels good to give.

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    Re: Advice

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    advice has two meanings:

    1. Opinion about what could or should be done about a situation or problem; counsel. Non-count:

    Ex: Can I give you some advice?
    Ex: Here a good piece of advice.
    Ex: That was great advice you gave me.

    2. Information communicated; news. Often used in the plural:

    Ex: advices from an ambassador.

    Hope that helps.

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