- How do you use advised in a sentence?
- What can I say instead of Please be advised?
- What is difference between please and kindly?
- Do you put a comma after Please be advised?
- How do you politely ask for advice in an email?
- When can I use please be advised?
- Is it correct to say please be advised?
- What is please be advised?
- How do you say please be informed?
- Does Please advise sound rude?
How do you use advised in a sentence?
The doctor advised him to apply direct to Kutuzov.
Everyone volunteered to go and everybody advised making the attempt.
She has oftenest advised and helped me in my progress through college..
What can I say instead of Please be advised?
please be advised > synonyms33please be informed exp.attention, note, mark»18please be aware exp.»14please take note exp.mark, attention, note»12kindly note exp.»7let the record show exp.»16 more rows
What is difference between please and kindly?
As adverbs the difference between please and kindly is that please is used to make a polite request while kindly is in a kind manner, out of kindness.
Do you put a comma after Please be advised?
It can go at the beginning, middle, or end of a sentence. Whether please is preceded or followed by a comma depends on where it is placed in a sentence. If please comes at the end of a sentence then you should almost always use a comma before it. Can you help, please?
How do you politely ask for advice in an email?
If you really want advice, just ask it in the email. And follow these rules: Spend 95% of your time researching the person you’re emailing, and 5% writing the email. Introduce yourself quickly but specifically, and ask specific questions.
When can I use please be advised?
In early use, the phrase was simply a polite (please) request for the listener or reader to provide some information (advise), as in “please advise your decision” or “please advise promptly of change of address.” Then and now, please advise is commonly used in legal, commercial, and other official documents.
Is it correct to say please be advised?
Is “Please advise” wrong? As far as grammar goes, some experts say that “advise” is a transitive verb, so it needs to have an object. In other words, someone has to be advised. However, it’s pretty obvious who is to be advised: whoever wrote the email.
What is please be advised?
“Please be advised” means that you are about to give out some information, letting someone know something. So, “please be advised that we have received your letter” is simply saying we are letting you know that we have received your letter.
How do you say please be informed?
let the record show exp….please be informed > synonyms.11please refer exp.8note to self exp.attention, mark, note8for your information exp.attention, mark, note8it is important to note exp.attention, mark, note8pay attention exp.mark, note, attention5 more rows
Does Please advise sound rude?
But since it’s widely used in our emails, “Please advise” is grammatically accepted. Just take note that some may argue “Please advise” sounds impolite, so try to use it sparingly or check that the content of your email doesn’t come across rude or demanding.