Cheat Sheets: Advise, Suggest, Recommend

Are you still using 'should' and 'shouldn't'?

This is what growing up looks like in words:

Baby:  I got a boo boo.

Child:  I got hurt.

Adult:  I was injured.

As we grow, our ability to communicate grows too.  So, if you are still using 'should' and 'shouldn't' to communicate your opinions and advice, you may need to grow up a little.  Check out our latest e-learning video to learn how to correctly use the verbs 'advise', 'suggest', and 'recommend'.


Take the quiz!  Our academic team will email you back with your personalized feedback and answers:

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I want to know which fish is the best choice at this restaurant?
Choose which answer is the most appropriate: (Pay attention to meaning and grammar.)
I need to hire a cleaning lady but I don't have any contacts.
Choose which answer is the most appropriate: (Pay attention to meaning and grammar.)
I have acne all over my face and I don't know why.
Choose which answer is the most appropriate: (Pay attention to meaning and grammar.)
I'm having trouble deciding which wine will pair well with steak.
Choose which answer is the most appropriate: (Pay attention to meaning and grammar.)
I've never enjoyed camping, but my husband wants to go. Where is a beautiful location that isn't very cold at night.
Choose which answer is the most appropriate: (Pay attention to meaning and grammar.)
Answer their question by using advise, suggest, or recommend:
Answer their question by using advise, suggest, or recommend:
Answer their question by using advise, suggest, or recommend: