We often have problems and need advice. Below are phrases to use to talk about your problems and how to give advice to others.

Asking about a problem

  • What’s wrong?
  • What’s the matter?


  • I am ________.
  • Giving Advice
  • You should __________.
  • If I were you, I would ________.
  • Maybe you should __________.

Examples of problems and advice:

  1. Problem: I am cold.
  2. Advice: You should put a sweater on.
  3. Problem: I have a headache
  4. Advice: Maybe you should take some medicine.
  5. Problem: I am sick.
  6. Advice: If I were you, I would go to the doctor.
  7. Problem: I failed my math exam.
  8. Advice: If I were you, I would ask the professor if you can take it again.

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