A type of sentence that gives advice or instructions or that expresses a request or command. (Compare with sentences that make a statement, ask a question, or express an exclamation.)
A sentence that gives advice or instructions or that expresses a request or command.
He believes that readers will remember the advice in a clever statement.
don't think polonius follows his advice by sending someone to spy on his son he proves this to be true
I'd advice you to check with the SIM provider/ network, or go to the store where you bought your blackberry to give you more sensible advice how to keep it working.
The appointment of a Governor-General is made by Her Majesty, on the advice of the Prime Minister.
max·im [máksim](plural max·ims) noun1.saying: a succinct or pithy saying that has some proven truth to it2.general rule: a general rule, principle, or truthprov·erb [pró vùrb](plural prov·erbs) nounshort well-known saying: a short well-known saying that expresses an obvious truth and often offers advice
The mission statement- "Our product: SERVICE. Our Value-added: FINANCIAL ADVICE. Our competitive advantage: OUR PEOPLE."
The United States Attorney General provides legal advice to the executive offices. The position of Attorney General was created in 1789.
The Governor General is appointed by the Queen on advice of the Prime Minister and not elected.
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