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Now let's continue talking about confusing verbs, each of these pairs show a noun on the left and a verb on the right.
Let's start with advice and advise.
Advice with a c is a noun.
Advise with an s is a verb.
The s actually has a z sound.
See if you can complete this sentence,
make sure to think about whether the blank spaces need a noun or a verb.
When Pete goes to his friends for advice,
they try to advise him the best they can, good.
Now what about choice and choose?
Choice is a noun, choose is a verb.
Choose has a long o, choose.
Complete this sentence.
Blank carefully or you may regret the blank you make.
Choose carefully or you may regret the choice you make.
Success and succeed.
Success is the noun, succeed is the verb.
And succeed has a long e, succeed.
What do you think about this sentence?
How can we complete this one?
When you finally succeed you will taste the sweet taste of success.
Now, let's move onto the last pair.
We have breath and breathe.
Breath is a noun.
Breathe is a verb.
Notice that breathe has an e.
That changes the pronunciation to a long e sound.
Try completing this sentence.
Breathe slowly, taking each breath in through your nose and out through your mouth.
Now before we end this video, I'd like for you to try to use each of these words again.
Go ahead and complete the sentences.
Number 1, when I become very nervous, it becomes difficult to breathe.
Number 2, I need some advice on which college to choose.
And number 3, financial success is not my ultimate goal in life.
So, the practice is not done.
Please move on to the practice exercises.
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