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"premise' and 'premises' are different in meaning. The following clearly defines both words.
No smoking on these premises. (NOT No smoking on this premise.)
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an idea or theory on which a statement or action is based:
[+ that] They had started with the premise that all men are created equal.
The research project is based on the premise stated earlier.
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the land and buildings owned by someone, especially by a company or organization:
The company is relocating to new premises.
There is no smoking allowed anywhere on school premises.
The ice cream is made on the premises (= in the building where it is sold).
The security guards escorted the protesters off (= away from) the premises.
New2grammarBy the way, 'belive' should be spelled 'believe'. I have highlighted 'lie'. This is to help you remember the spelling of the word. I believe you. You are not telling me a lie.
If it is a typo, ignore what I've written.
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