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Sometimes you may seek other’s advice. Here is an example conversation.
Dialogue (Between a student and a well-wisher)
Student: I am in confusion.
Well-wisher: Could I be of any help?
Student: Sure. I want to be a mechanical engineer. But, my father wants me to take computer science. What would your advice be?
Well-wisher: The future is in the hands of computer engineers.
Student: Everyone wants to be a computer engineer, but I want to be different.
Well-wisher: I don’t think you should be different for different sake.
Student: Then, what would you recommend for me?
Well-wisher: Why don’t you think of research in the field of computers?
Student: That sounds good. I shall think in that line. Thank you.
Try to use the following phrases in your dialogues to keep your English better.
- What would you advise?
- What would your advice be?
- Would you advise me to…..?
- I would appreciate your advice.
- Do you think I should….?
- What would you recommend?
- Could/can you advise me on/about….?
- Could I ask for your advice on/about……?
- What’s your opinion?