Can you tell me how to correctly use ADVISE and ADVICE.

August 24, 2008 8:00am CST
i KNOW pretty well that ONE is a noun, while the other is a verb. But, the tricky part is to remember correctly, which is which. I am always confused with these sort of words. Like I said in the other topic, about ADOPT and ADAPT. Will some good person help me in trying to decipher the correct usage. How to remember the appropriate word?
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@Valenas (1510)
• United States
24 Aug 08
Well, first of all, you have to understand the difference. Advice is a noun, and it means "an opinion or a suggestion that is offered as help". Advise is a verb, and to advise means "to give advice." I would like to give you some advice. Karen will advise you while you do the procedure. I hope this helped.
@cream97 (29166)
• United States
6 Apr 11
Hi. consultrainer. A noun would be an advice. Advice would mean to give someone logical information that pertains to the situation that they are facing or dealing with. To Advise is an verb and, it means to instruct or direct a person to the correct way. This is how you should remember this word.
@shaggin (39716)
• United States
21 Mar 11
I'm not sure if I can really help you with it but I do know the different meaning of the two works. Advise is an action word. So its something you are doing such as helping them with a problem by letting them know what you think. Advice is when you need someone to give you their opinion. So I either give people advice or I am the one asking for someone to advise me in a situation. I dont know if I was able to describe it to you for you to understand better but I tried.