Friday 18 December 2009

Article on Speak Good English Not Walking The Talk

It's always interesting to spot mistakes, but priceless when the context makes them so much worse...

source: Straits Times

advice [ədˈvais] (noun)
suggestions to a person about what he should do

advise [ədˈvaiz] (verb)
1 to give advice to; to recommend
2 (withof) to inform

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

the use of advise in this case is actually correct...

it is "to advise" and not "to advice" like what you claimed