Advice versus Advise

person Team HelloEnglishfolder_openVocabularyaccess_time October 26, 2016

Advice versus Advise

Advice versus Advise. You are not the first person if you are confused between the usage of these two words. They are different only because of one alphabet, though they are used in very similar contexts. Here is the exact difference between Advice versus Advice:


A verb which means to offer an opinion or suggestion to someone.


A noun which means: an opinion or recommendation offered as a guide to action.

‘Advice’ is a noun, which means ‘a suggestion’ about what should be done, and ‘advise’ is a verb which means to give advice.

  • She advised me to not go out after dark.
  • I have to seek advice from my teachers.

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