It's like my leaving the kitchen drawers open--not a terrible, serious problem. The other day I received an e-mail that said, "Please advise the student who is hosting the seminar speaker". Keyboard Word / Article Starts with Ends with Text A A A A Language: EnglishEspañolDeutschFrançaisItalianoالعربية中文简体PolskiPortuguêsNederlandsNorskΕλληνικήРусскийTürkçeאנגלית Twitter Get our app Register Log in Sign up with one click: Facebook Twitter Google+ Yahoo Mix it up a bit.
Posted by: rachel | July 29, 2010 at 08:17 AM Thanks for stoppping by and commenting, Rachel. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. The comments are very smart and funny. I also "put this phrase in google" (to avoid using "googled it" and offend anyone :) because my outlook would always mark it wrong. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/help-need-advice-soonest.235146/
If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. View in contextThose three men, friends and companions as they were, fixed their haggard eyes upon each other with an instinct of ferocious longing, which was most plainly revealed in the Or use an objective sentence to say why you are writing: to confirm, clarify or enquire about something, for example.- (The background to the letter.)This is an optional paragraph and gives As a result I had a meeting with the student telling him the expectations for a student host of a seminar speaker.
My supervisor uses it in almost every email request. Your "Please advise me what's for dinner" is a perfect illustration of the stuffiness of "please advise." Thanks! Its otherworldliness gives it an air of false sophistication that almost led me, against my better instincts, to start using it. It is terrific!
I was writing an email for my buyer and guiltily use this phrase. Grammar Check Choosing to use it daily may not be in your best interest. Do you find these expressions acceptable, Lynn?? Lynn Posted by: Lynn Gaertner-Johnston | December 26, 2011 at 07:30 PM I've also seen the phrase used as if to mean, "please be advised." Like, "Please advise - you only
Please advise is used when we are not sure about our answer or finding. Google is not a verb, instead it is a noun, actually it is a company name and consequently you should not say “To google” or “I googled”. Besides its being incorrect, the phrase "Please advise" irritates and confuses many people, as you can see in the comments above. If hp stands for Hewlett Packard, it might have to do with my printer.
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I don't see "Please advise" as efficient in any way but its brevity. Also, "Please clarify me with" is not correct idiomatic English, at least not in the US. Unfortunately, I will not be helping your cause of stopping "please advise" because I do not know her well enough to send her the link. Of mordant mustard add a single spoon — Distrust the condiment which bites so soon ; But deem it not, thou man of herbs, a fault To add a double quantity
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For example, "Please advise of shipping status" may seem perfect in your office, but it reads like an old telegram, in which each word cost money. Dice - http://download.games.yahoo.com/games/clients/y/dct2_x.cab O16 - DPF: Yahoo! View in contextA Loose-Fish is fair game for anybody who can soonest catch it. When "Please advise" is used, it should be clear by the content of the email on what advice is needed.
Lynn Posted by: Lynn Gaertner-Johnston | March 31, 2010 at 12:01 PM I use the phrase "Please advise" daily in my e-mails. Posted by: BS | November 26, 2011 at 10:39 AM BS, please review my alternatives to "please advise." You can also use your own language, something like this: "Please get back This problem has been going on since May 20. Hilton Removals & Storage Add Your Business Property & Real Estate Property & Real Estate Apartments & Houses For Rent Estate Agents Lot-et-Garonne Property & Gite Management Estate Agents Bordeaux &
earliesteftestEST-estleastmemorymindrathestsuperlativetact References in classic literature ? Posted by: Steve | September 12, 2008 at 11:27 AM Steve, kudos on noticing your own writing habits--and deciding to change them! However, you may have noticed Patrick's view (above) that the phrase comes from the military. Point is that yes, granted you don't want to over-use any term or phrase.
Posted by: Dini Arofanti | August 24, 2010 at 01:52 AM Dini, good luck with the good fight! Lynn Posted by: Lynn Gaertner-Johnston | August 23, 2011 at 12:16 PM As a stuffy pompous attorney, I'll continue using "Please advise" in moderation and where appropriate. It lets the reader know that I need a response to whatever concern has been laid out in the e-mail. I prefer that limited use.