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Grammar Tips

Getting It Write
"Advise" & "Advice"

In our continuing series focusing on effective writing, we examine common grammar mistakes. Words that sound alike, but are spelled differently, can be confusing. This error is more significant than a simple spelling mistake. Your reader may also misunderstand your meaning. While preparing for your next newsletter, consider this common grammatical error.

Proper use of “advise” and “advice” often confuse people. Because they sound the same, it can be hard to remember which form is correct.

Remember This Rule

“Advise” is a verb. “Advice” is a noun. To keep them straight, use them as they are in this example:

“My mother loves to advise her friends. She gives them good advice



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