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Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Good luck 3 Edo http://ruandiroma.blogspot.com Back to top #4 Bill Brooks Bill Brooks Forum regular Verified 771 posts LocationToronto Images:13090 Posted 01 September 2016 - 05:21 PM Hi Moonie: You Style WR style Language English (US) Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Privacy Policy Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. Thanks for this blog, I realized that my spelling is right and as well I realized I am one of the guilty ones who misuse and misunderstand the phrase 'Please advise'. this content

Shoot during the blue period after the sun has set, but before the sky is completely black. Here's some advice: Stop signing your e-mails "please advise." You sound like an idiot. So I would naturally add Asakusa, Tokyo and Japan to my keywords. So happy! http://www.businesswritingblog.com/business_writing/2008/08/please-advise.html

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Thanks, Mike. Generated Wed, 22 Feb 2017 01:12:54 GMT by s_wx1219 (squid/3.5.23) I can think of no way to convey the same amount of information with an equal economy of words. And if yes, how much?

  1. Once registered, you'll be able to choose a forum display name and there will be a link to your images on Alamy within your profile.
  2. Do you have any unconscious habits in your business writing?
  3. Do you have a grammar question?
  4. You probably will want to write something like "Please respond with an updated delivery date." Using a complete sentence is more likely to get you the response you want.
  5. Posted by: Lincoln | October 07, 2011 at 01:04 PM Hi, Lincoln.
  6. I use this phrase at the end of e-mails that express the need for assistance.
  7. Should I regard the event as one and put up only a handful of photos or I should regard the photos as individual shots as long as the photos are not
  8. Just arrive at the Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal when you are ready to make your way back and book passage on one of the next outbound ferries.
  9. Posted by: Lynn | December 30, 2008 at 01:58 PM This is an awesome post.

I loved your "Fix my mouse now, IT slave." You treated me to a big smile. For RF, this guy explained why he preferred it. Franzi, Dec 2, 2008 #2 raidthesound New Member CT, USA English - United States EDIT: Sorry. Kindly Advise Email Obviously a designer with a good eye might be looking for some "baseline" photos he/she can post process to achiever his/her vision, but I wonder how many of those are out

Posted by: BW | August 13, 2009 at 09:31 AM Can I just say, I hope that "Please Advise" becomes banned from email jargon.... Please Advise Me Welcome to the Alamy Contributor Forum. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. http://www.grammar-monster.com/easily_confused/advice_advise.htm You didn't attack anyone.

Posted by: Lynn | June 05, 2009 at 10:14 AM It looks like some people don’t realize that “I googled” is as inappropriate as “Please advise” at the bottom of an Please Advise If Really appreciate if you could take some time out and take a quick look and see where I should work on and improve further. :-D I am not quite sure if The widespread use has led to widespread reinterpretation, undoubtedly stemming from the lack of clarity in the phrase itself. William Brooks pulls my average higher and pushes my images higher in the sort order.

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Lynn Posted by: Lynn Gaertner-Johnston | August 30, 2010 at 09:54 PM How pedantic of you all! 'Please advise' is concise and efficient. http://www.nairaland.com/2433020/pls-review-blogspot-advise-suggestion I wondered if there might be some sort of hidden meaning to it. Please Advise Or Advice Lynn Posted by: Lynn Gaertner-Johnston | October 25, 2011 at 04:24 PM I need to also share my frustration over the phrase "standing by". Please Advise On How To Proceed Please try the request again.

My instincts pretty much told me that when someone uses this particular statement, it's a subtle way of making me feel like a moron. http://nuvisiongraphx.com/please-advise/please-advise-on-my-hjt-log-thanks.html Oh and I love your blog! Is that correct? I remember the first time I ever heard someone use that expression...it was an email from one of my customers; the first thought that came to my mind was - how Can You Please Advise

The rest of you can pretend that talking to business associates the same way that you would to your wife is good practice. I think there are too many "pleases." 2. I would much rather see the correct, "please advise." Tell is such a dull word. have a peek at these guys As for photo quality, I am still torn between post processing or not.

Thank you. Please Review And Advise Of Any Changes panjandrum, Jun 1, 2007 #4 Previous Thread Next Thread Loading... (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Share This Page Tweet Log in with Facebook I found it through googling "please advise".


It means help or a suggestion for a beneficial course of action. I'm looking for a meaning for this expression for a long time and finally I found it... I am embarrassed for my entire team. Please Advise Me For Further Action If you do not use filters and do not have the most perfect technique, landscape photos tend to come out dull and boring, particularly those shot outside the golden hours.

TheRedLion, Jun 1, 2007 #2 cycloneviv Senior Member Perth, Western Australia English - Australia Two would be fine, however you could avoid the second two by rephrasing your request thus: Please About keywording, yes, it it time for a massive overhaul. I need your advice. check my blog I only correct for pleasing colour, not accurate colour.

Read more Workplace and Professional Etiquette Manners and Etiquette EmailIs saying "please advise" in an email request polite or obnoxious?Is using the phrase "please advise" when emailing colleagues a nice way Since my elderly relative "advised" me of my habit, I see those open drawers, and I close them. You can use this link to share this page with your friends: Alternatively, use one of your social-media accounts to share this page: Get help with grammar. I think of it much like the expression "directive" from the film Wall-E, as if to say "please tell me what to do now." I often use it at the end

What are verbs? It is still your choice whether you respond with the advice or not... Great question! Re: 1st Timer HK Itinerary - Pls review and advise Feb 07, 2015, 12:26 AM -:- Message from TripAdvisor staff -:-This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity.