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    #11

    Re: Difference between Advise & Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    We don't use advice in the plural.

    Thank you all for your advices.
    Thank you all for your advice.

    What great man you are.

    Thanks dear for your guidance

    I appreciate your kindness

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    #12

    Re: Difference between Advise & Advice

    But i would like to ask some thing about this point

    In MSOffice or in Outlook when we write "Please advise" it gets a red underline indicating mistake.. and when we click on the suggestion it shows "advice" instead of "advise" i.e the correct form should be "Please advice"

    then what it the logic behind this as i could not find proper answer.
    Please help

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    #13

    Re: Difference between Advise & Advice

    Mistaken post

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    #14

    Re: Difference between Advise & Advice

    Quote Originally Posted by newbie10 View Post
    But i would like to ask some thing about this point

    In MSOffice or in Outlook when we write "Please advise" it gets a red underline indicating mistake.. and when we click on the suggestion it shows "advice" instead of "advise" i.e the correct form should be "Please advice"

    then what it the logic behind this as i could not find proper answer.
    Please help
    The advice by MSOffice or Outlook is simply wrong in this case.


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