1) советовать, давать совет

I don't advise flying, the weather is bad. — Я не советую лететь, погода плохая.

I would advise taking a car. — Я бы посоветовал взять машину.

I wouldn't advise you to take a car. — Я бы не советовал вам брать машину.

- advise smth
- advise smb to do smth
- advise smb a change of climate
2) уведомлять, сообщать

Please advise us of all change in delivery dates. — Пожалуйста, сообщите нам обо всех изменениях в сроках доставки.

Please advise us of the topics of the discussion. — Пожалуйста, сообщите нам/уведомите нас о вопросах, вынесенных на обсуждение.

- advise smb of smth
- advise smb that
- advise smb..
- keep smb advised
3) советовать, консультировать
- advise smb on smth
- advise smb on tax matters
(1.) Английский глагол to advise в активной форме в конструкции с последующим инфинитивом употребляется с обязательным косвенным дополнением - to advise smb to do smth В русском языке в соответствующей конструкции косвенное дополнение может быть опущено: советовать (кому-либо) сделать что-либо, ср. he advised us to see this film он посоветовал (нам) посмотреть этот фильм; in such cases I advise people to consult a doctor в таких случаях я советую обращаться к врачу. Этому правилу, кроме глагола to advise следуют глаголы to invite, to order, to remind, to allow, to persuade, to teach, to ask, to recommend, to tell, to forbid/ (2.) B тех случаях, когда косвенного дополнения нет, глагол to advise употребляется с последующим герундием, а не с инфинитивом: I don't advise flying; the weather is bad. I wouldn't advise taking a car, cp. I wouldn't advise you to take a car. То же относится к глаголам to allow, to forbid, to teach, to recommend

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

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