Advise is a verb, it describes an action. Advise means to offer suggestions about the best course of action to someone. Example: "I advised him to go home"
advice is a noun, it describes a thing. Advice means to give guidance or recommendations about an action. Example: "It was so cold outside today, I'm glad that I listened to your advice about bringing a jacket."
@Patrick759 Yeah, I know it. But today when I was using Youtube, I just saw a clip with a title "Pls give me advise" and I thought "advise" could be used as a Noun in American English. Is that title correct ?
@Poggers123 The YouTube title was written incorrectly. But, native English speakers would understand what the title is trying to say.
The grammatically correct title would be: "Please give me advice" Meaning = Please give me instructions But, you could also say "Please advise" Meaning = Please give me instructions When written this way, advise and advice mean the same thing, but advice is still a noun and advise is still a verb.
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