“Advise” vs. “advice”

In what contexts are those two words used?

It’s been a while since I’ve read the grammar books and I don’t exactly remember the definitions of a few terms like adjective, so I would really appreciate it if the answers didn’t leave it off by saying x is verb and y is adjective – I learn more by practical examples.

Please do mention similar words as well.

Answer

Advise is a verb, so it is used to indicate an action. So for instance:

I advise you to do xyz.

Advice is a noun that derives from advise. So you would use it as the subject or the object of your sentence.

  • My advice is to do xyz.
  • The best advice I can give you is to do xyz.

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