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Some advice

Some advice if you'd like to avoid some embarrassment with your English.



Advice is a noun. Can you give me some advice?

Advise (pronounced advize) is the verb. Could someone advise me?



If one thing is small and another thing bigger, then one is bigger than the other. Never ever ever "bigger then the other".


Please do remember this but there's not enough time to get into "do/did"
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