Advice and Advise What’s the difference?
It is not disputed that the words advice and advise are often confused. While some some English users cant make out the differences between the two, others use them interchangeably. However, these words differ in spelling and meaning. Lets look at the differences between advice and advise.
The word advice is a noun and it means an opinion or recommendation that is offered to someone as a course of action. Advice is pronounced with an ending sounding like “ice.”
The word advise is used as a verb which means to offer an opinion or suggestion, or formally give information. Advise is pronounced with an ending sounding like “ize.”
Ex1. I will need your advice on which mobile phone to buy.
Ex2. You have done this before, please I need your advice.
Ex3. He took my interview advice and he later got the job.
Ex4. You need to always get home improvement advice from an expert.
Ex1. I want you to advise me on what to do when filling the application.
Ex1. You can advise her on the series of career choices.
Ex2. I will advise that you take the first buss so as to be on time.
Ex3. The libarian will advise you on which books to read
Ex4. The teacher will advise you on how to create succesful study groups.