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Advice czy Advise

Added by Tomasz H. 5 June 2014 in category: English, Learning tips, Lexicon

Advice czy Advise

Tym razem wyjaśnię Ci różnicę między advice advise. Kiedy używamy? Już tłumaczę.


Advice

Advice jest rzeczownikiem. Oznacza po prostu poradę, radę.

We need some advice.

John gave me some good advice.

Can I give you a piece of advice?

If you're sick, stay home. That's my advice.

Advice jest rzeczownikiem niepoliczalnym. Jeśli chcemy użyć formę policzalną, wtedy pojawia się cały zwrot a piece of advice(koniecznie pamiętaj tu od przedimku a, który przy samym advice nie pojawia się).

I have two pieces of advice for you about the holiday.

Synonimy: recommendation, suggestion, option.


Advise

Advise jest z kolei czasownikiem. Oznacza radzić, udzielać rady.

We need you to advise us about something.

I strongly advise you to lose weight.

They finally did what we advised.

If you're sick, I advise you to stay home.

Synonimy: to give advice, to recommend, to make a recommendation, to suggest, to make a suggestion, to offer an opinion, to counsel.

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