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Advice vs. Advise (Grade 6)

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Advice vs. Advise

1. 
Choose the correct word to fill in the blank.

Let me give you a piece of                : Never eat a whole bag of chocolate bars in one sitting.
  1. advice
  2. advise
 
2. 
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If I were your lawyer, I would                 you to stay silent.
  1. advice
  2. advise
3. 
Choose the correct word to fill in the blank.

It is the guidance counselor's job to                 students.
  1. advice
  2. advise
 
4. 
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The guidance counselor gives                 to students.
  1. advice
  2. advise
5. 
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My friends often come to me and ask for                .
  1. advice
  2. advise
 
6. 
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The committee asked me for                 about the food for the dance.
  1. advice
  2. advise
7. 
Choose the correct word to fill in the blank.

If someone gives you bad                , you shouldn't take it.
  1. advice
  2. advise
 
8. 
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The President should choose an expert in each area to                 him on important matters.
  1. advice
  2. advise
9. 
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If there is a tornado, we                 you to seek shelter in your basement.
  1. advice
  2. advise
 
10. 
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The teacher tried to                 the student on how to get better grades.
  1. advice
  2. advise

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