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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #77670: Advice or Advise
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    Advice or Advise

    Put advice or advise in the correct form

    Advice is a noun; Advise is a verb

    English exercise "Advice or Advise" created by greg100 with The test builder
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    1. She gave me good .She told me to study English and Spanish.
    2. Her husband will her to go to the seaside.
    3. Her husband's was good.She is happy now.
    4. I my brother to be nice to his wife.
    5. I need someone to give me some .I want to marry John but I don't know what to do.
    6. I'm you for your own good.Don't go out. It's going to rain.
    7. I need your .Can you recommend me a good university?
    8. If you me to stay at home, I won't go out.
    9. I you to visit this site to learn more.
    10. Yesterday her father her to stay at home.

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