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Hello,

"We advice having credited your account with $1000...." says an e-mail from the bank. (good news ineed !).
But, is it wrong if they 'advise' ?

-dileep.k
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Advise is the act of giving advice. Advice is the noun.

I would advise you to make sure the amount is right.

That would be proper advice in this situation.
If I am asking advices from someone, I should phrase it as: "Your expert advise is needed on this matter"?
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If I need some advices from someone, I should phrase it as "Your expert advise is needed on this matter"?
No.

Your expert advice is needed on this matter.
AnonymousIf I am asking advices from someone, I should phrase it as: "Your expert advise is needed on this matter"?
Advice is normally used as an uncountable noun.
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Thank You for the advice.

I still don't quite get it.

1. Please advise on this matter

2. Your advice is much appreciated

Advise is the action of providing an advice, where advice is the end product of advise?
Yes, that's it exactly.
Er... not EXACTLY. You don't provide "an advice" - just "advice."

But you do have the verb form (advise) and the noun form (advice) separate now.
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Guess you're right G², since it's uncountable. I reckon Nona absentmindely forgot to read the "an".

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