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Hi,

Can you tell me which is correct? Thanks

(1)Kindly please advise/advice??

(2)I advise you to visit this website to learn more.

(3)You are giving me sound advice.

(4)What is your advice on this issue?
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advice - noun

What is your advice on this issue?

You always give me sound advice.

advise - verb

Please advise.

I advise you to visit this website to learn more.
Thanks.

How about this - Kindly please advise/advice??
Benitaadvice - noun

What is your advice on this issue?

You always give me sound advice.

advise - verb

Please advise.

I advise you to visit this website to learn more.
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Kindly and please both mean the same thing in this sentence. So you could either say 'Kindly advise' or 'Please advise'.
Could I use a diferent phrase instead of "please advise"? Thanks
Instead of “Please advise ...”
Try “Please let me know...”
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these are correct:

(1)Kindly please advise
(2)I advise you to visit this website to learn more.
(3)You are giving me sound advice.
(4)What is your advice on this issue?
Anonymousthese are correct:(1)Kindly please advise(2)I advise you to visit this website to learn more.(3)You are giving me sound advice.(4)What is your advice on this issue?
Are you sure that (1) is correct?
I'd say:

(1)Kindly please advise ------------------Please kindly advise.

(2)I advise you to visit this website to learn more.-----I adivse that you visit this website ....
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