01. My friend [advised] me to study here because she took this course last year and really enjoyed it.
02. If Eduardo doesn't enjoy air travel, I would [advise] him to choose a holiday destination which is close to home.
03. My uncle gave me a lot of good [advice] when I was trying to decide what to do after high school.
04. The [advisors] to the King are supplying him with false information in order to influence his decisions.
05. Don't be afraid to ask your uncle for financial [advice] if you need it; he's been a financial consultant for a long time, and he knows what he's talking about.
06. A police officer visited our neighborhood to give us [advice] on how to prevent house break-ins.
07. I would [advise] you to leave as soon as possible; otherwise, you might miss your train.
08. Erica Jong once said that [advice] is what we ask for when we already know the answer, but wish we didn't.
09. There is a German proverb which states, "Never give [advice] unless asked."
10. P. G. Wodehouse once joked, "I always advise people never to give [advice]."
11. There is an Irish proverb which states that you should neither give cherries to pigs nor [advice] to a fool.
12. He works in an [advisory] position in the Ministry of the Environment.
13. Up until 1939, it was illegal to give [advice] on birth control in Puerto Rico.
14. Many doctors say that it is [advisable] to avoid coffee during pregnancy.
15. Someone once said that [advice] is simply a way of recycling experiences we have had.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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