Confused Words: advice vs advise
1. ``Speak, and I will follow your .''
2. 'You can't possibly do that,' said the Rose: '_I_ should you to walk the other way.'
3. They strongly against using strong opioids.
4. ``Ah, then, you wish to ask of me?''
5. ``I assure you, madam,''he replied,``that she does not need such .
6. It was done with the collaboration and the of the GIGN.
7. But the ancestors can only him, the children must find the solution themselves.
8. Both gave their and blessing for Lama Palmo's projects.
9. Come fresh up to the lessons, I you, for I come fresh up to the punishment.
10. He laugh'd and thank'd me, and said he would take my .
11. ``Well, M. de Villefort, how would you me to act?''
12. Oh, if you refuse my ''``What do you advise?''
13. ``Do you seriously ask my , Valentine?''
14. Did I your father to sell the castle of Yanina to betray''``Silence!''
15. I told them once, I told them twice: They would not listen to .
16. ``Then let me offer one more word of .''
17. But let me you to think better of it.
18. You may me how to walk amid the dangers which encompass me."
19. You are a pretty fellow to object and !''
20. ``But,''said Andrea,``why do you not act on the you gave me?
21. I don't know quite what to do, and I should value your .
22. Follow my , swear, and do not insult.''
23. You deliberately me not to go up to Soho and offer myself my self, Stryver of the King's Bench bar?''
24. ``You do not find it easy to me?''
25. Oh, if you refuse my ''``What do you advise?''
26. ``What line would you me to study?''
27. My opinion is confirmed, and I reiterate my .''
28. ``Then I should you to leave off wearing that style of dress.''
29. There is one point on which I want your .
30. In English, a ship is traditionally referred to as "she", even if named after a man, but this is not universal usage; some journalistic style guides using "it", others "she" and "her".
31. ``Be careful; is worse than a service.''
32. Having no mother, she had no one to her at such a crisis."
33. ``Yes,''she said,``at your I have made the trial.''
34. `I thought so,'replied Emmanuel;`but I wished to have your .'
35. Under his , other political prisoners are released.
36. ``Do you ask me for my , Mr. Stryver?''
37. ``You are wrong; you must me what to do.''
38. ``Then you me to go alone to Beauchamp?''
39. I put the case into your hands and shall do exactly what you ."
40. ``Listen; this is not a command, but I give you.''
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