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Advice:If I were you + two word verbs
The structure "If I were you, I would ..." is used to give advice or make a suggestion.
The verb after 'would' is in the infinitive without 'to'.
In spoken English we often say 'I'd' instead of 'I would'.
- My rent is so high.
- If I were you, I'd save up to buy a house.
The test below gives situations ( written between brackets.) Say what you would advise a person in these situations.
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