All the time, people ask us to give an opinion or advice. Today, we’ll see some excellent phrases to do so.
“Have you tried …?” is a great way to exercise using Present Perfect tense and also ask if the person has tried the thing you are about to suggest.
Example: Have you tried restarting the database?
“One idea is to…” is a perfect way to start brainstorming different solutions to a problem.
Example: One idea is to resubmit the resume and call them to confirm they have received it.
“My advice is…” as you might have guessed, is a phrase you can use to take responsibility and tell the person what to do.
Example: My advice is to apply for the job. There’s nothing you can lose.
With “in my experience,…” you can tell a similar story and what you did when you faced such a challenge.
Example: In my experience, if you ruin your reputation, you are done.
With “if I were you…” you tell what you would do if you had this problem.
Example: If I were you, I would call them and report the accident.
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