lunes, 1 de febrero de 2016



1. to give your opinion to someone about the best thing to do in a particular situation
I’m afraid I’m not able to advise you.
> advise someone to do something:
Her doctor advised her to rest.
Students are advised to read all the questions carefully.
> advise someone against something:
Police are advising the public against travelling in the fog.
> advise someone that:
The bank advised us that we should increase our insurance cover.
> advise that:
Experts advise that sunscreen should be reapplied on an hourly basis.
> strongly advise:
I strongly advise you to reject the offer.


1. to advise someone that they should do something
> recommend (that):
I recommend that you buy a more powerful computer.
> strongly recommend:
We strongly recommend you insure your luggage when you travel.
> recommend doing something:
We recommend booking early, as this is a popular event.
> recommend someone to do something:

suggest offer an idea or a plan for someone to consider
The report suggested various ways in which the service could be improved.
>suggest (that):
I suggest we have dinner first, and then watch the film.
> suggest what/why/where etc:
Can anyone suggest what we should do to increase sales?
> suggest doing something:
If there is a mechanical problem, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.

> Suggest is never followed by a direct personal object. Use the preposition to:

✗ If this happened to one of your friends, what would you suggest her?
✓ If this happened to one of your friends, what would you suggest to her?
2. to tell someone about something that may be useful or suitable for a particular purpose
> suggest + noun
Can you suggest an inexpensive restaurant?

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