What is the difference between " Please be advised" and "please advise".
because I think you mean advise and advice.
advice... like giving an opinion. Do you want my advice?
advise... warning, caution. I would advise you not to do that.
or. Please be advised that what you are doing is dangerous.
or. Please advise that person that that action is dangerous.
Hope that helps.
No.... Advice - noun. Advise - verb.
Please advise. Active.
Please be advised. Passive.
Both sentences are the same and I don't understand why he made a thread for it.
Think you got the word "advise" correct in this context.
"Please be advised" = You are providing advice or information on a subject.
"Please advise" = You are requesting advice or information on a subject.
Hope that helps....
advise is not a request, it's an instruction, an action, a verb.
I was about to write the same thing as this is true but read yours and thought I better second you.
CEN7777 won't get confused if a few more people second this.
Please be advised is like me or others being told something I/we need to know
Please advise is like you asking for some advice on a particular subject
Please be advised...I bet CEN7777 is more confused now than he was prior to posting this message.
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