Grammar Tip: "Advice" vs "Advise"

Use tricks to remember the little differences between similar words, to avoid incorrect usage. This page contains grammar tips about "advice" vs "advise".
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Do you get the spellings and meanings of "advice" and "advise" confused? Here's an easy memory trick. "Advise" is SPOKEN advice. If you're SPEAKING, you're ADVISING someone. Otherwise, use ADVICE with a C. It's that simple!

Source: Saw someone misuse the word on Facebook yesterday. It sparked memories of my long-ago English and vocabulary classes.

By Lelia Jo Cordell from Springfield, OH

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