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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #87185: Suggest/Advise/Recommend
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    advise (verb) - to tell somebody what you think they should do in a particular situation.

    advice (n.) an opinion or a suggestion about what somebody should do in a particular situation. 

    suggest (verb) - to mention an idea, possible plan or action for other people to consider.

    suggestion (n.) - an idea or plan that you offer for someone to consider.

    recommend (verb) - to advise someone that they should do something.

    recommendation (n.) - a suggestion or piece of advice about how to solve a problem, deal with a situation, etc.

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    1. The lawyer his client not to discuss the case with anyone.

    2. Jeff that we leave early to allow time for traffic.

    3. The teacher changing a few lines in my essay.

    4. My mother loves to me on fashion.

    5. Karina having dinner at the restaurant close to my house.

    6. Could I please make a ?

    7. I that you go to the doctor as soon as possible.

    8. Laura going out to eat.

    9. Could I give you a piece of ?

    10. People drive during snowstorms but meteorologists against it.

    11. May I a red wine with this dish?

    12. My parents like to me about my life.

    13. The Committee gave their after reading the complaint.

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