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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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oops. I need glasses.Emotion: geeked

You would have to say 'a piece of advice' not just 'an advice'.
And most fetching they are!
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thanks
excellent advise Nona. thanks for sharing. ur examples made it very clear.
Which ones are correct in the following:

a. I will wait for your advice.
b. I will wait for your advise.
c. Please advise.
d. Please advice.

Thanks,
Lmon
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In British english "Advice" is the noun and "Advise" is the verb.

eg. Advice

>I don't need any advice from you, Naresh.
>The advice that Shyam gave Vidya was useless.

eg. Advise

> The teacher advised the students to take the day off.
>Kannan advised me to go to Mumbai and meet the client.
I assent with you..
Then why microsoft word gives me an errormessage when I use advise and recommends that I should use advice?
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Can you post your entire sentence?
AnonymousThen why microsoft word gives me an errormessage when I use advise and recommends that I should use advice?

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