What is another way of saying please advise?
“Please advise” alternatives Let me know. I look forward to your answer. Thanks for your help.
Which is correct please advice or please advise?
Do you use “Please advice” or “Please advise”? Well, the correct phrase is actually “Please advise”. Some grammar experts say that “Please advise” must have an object after the phrase because advise is a transitive verb. But since it’s widely used (especially in email), “Please advise” is grammatically accepted.
How do you use please advise in a sentence?
please advise in a sentence
- Could somebody please advise me as to how I might do this.
- Can you please advise where I said that in my comments above?
- Please advise ?
- Please advise what more I can do to adequately reference the information.
- For this reason please advise on how this article should be changed.
Is it please advise in email request polite or obnoxious?
‘please advise’ is both polite and quick, without being curt. Granted, should only be used in cases when it’s clear what is being asked; if there is any ambiguity, don’t use it. Rather, write out what you are asking the person to advise you on.
What can I use instead of kindly?
synonyms for kindly
Is Please be advised polite?
It’s necessary to be polite; otherwise, you can upset people. “Please be advised,” holds the same function in English. It makes the phrase more polite and respectful.
When to Use advise in a sentence?
She advises the President on foreign affairs. We were thinking of buying that house, but our lawyer advised against it. I advise selling your old car. He advises patience when dealing with children.
How do you ask for advice in an email?
- ”I am writing to ask if you could help me with…”
- ”I would appreciate if you could give me some advice about…”
- ”I am writing to ask for your advice.”
- ”I wonder if you could help me with a problem.”
What does please advise mean in email?
Please advise is a formal request for information, often associated with professional correspondence. The expression is often interpreted as a passive-aggressive phrase in business contexts and tongue-in-cheek in casual contexts.
What can I use instead of please in email?
You can use KINDLY instead of PLEASE.
Can I use kindly instead of please?
“Please” can also be used as a verb ( E.g. Please yourself with a sumptuous breakfasts) whereas “”kindly” cannot be used as a verb. “Please” use the word “kindly” when you want to express your “meaning” plus your “feeling” !