Which is correct:
"further attention" or "further advise"?

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further attention

This phrase is correct and commonly used in English.

This phrase is used when indicating the need for more focus or consideration on a particular matter.

Examples:

  • The issue requires further attention from the team.
  • Please give this matter further attention before making a decision.

Alternatives:

  • more attention
  • additional focus
  • extra consideration
  • increased scrutiny
  • added concentration

further advise

This phrase is correct and commonly used in English.

This phrase is used when suggesting additional guidance or recommendations on a particular subject.

Examples:

  • I will seek further advise from a legal expert.
  • She provided further advise on how to improve the project.

Alternatives:

  • additional advice
  • more guidance
  • extra recommendations
  • further counsel
  • increased suggestions
Both phrases are correct, but they are used in different contexts. 'Further attention' is used when referring to giving more focus or consideration to something, while 'further advise' is used when suggesting additional guidance or recommendations.

Last updated: March 29, 2024

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